PROSELECT PROELITE OWNER'S MANUAL JSC

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PaceMaster ProSelect / ProElite OWNER’S MANUAL Manufactured by: Aerobics Inc., 34 Fairfield Place West Caldwell, NJ 07006 (973) 276-9700 PSPE.DOC 4/02
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TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS Installation Requirements Unpacking Your Treadmill Tools Required for Assembly Grounding Instructions Assembly Testing Your Treadmill 2 3 4-7 4 4 4 5 5-7 7 THE CONTROL PANEL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Setting Your Weight and Age Metric Units Wireless Chest Strap Transmitter Vari-Flex™ Cushioning System Warm Up and Cool Down Quick Start Manual Operation Preset Workouts Preset Workout Course Specifications Heart Rate Control Wireless Chest Strap Transmitter Heart Rate Control Workouts Custom Workouts 8-9 10-20 10 10 10 11 11 12 12-13 13-15 16 17 17 18 19 EXCLUSIVE ProSelect AND ProElite FEATURES HeartSmart™ Pulse Monitoring System Heart Rate Zone Bar On-Target Indicator Performance Review Exercise Preview Aerobic Point System Personal Electronic Trainer OneLap™ Track and Quarter Mile Track 20-21 20 20 20 20 20 20-21 21 21 CARE AND MAINTENANCE Deck and Tread Belt Centering Lubrication Centering the Tread Belt Wireless Chest Strap Transmitter 22 TROUBLESHOOTING Electronic Error Codes Heart Rate Feature Hesitation of the Tread Belt 23-24 23 23 23-24 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ProSelect and ProElite SPECIFICATIONS 25 26 1
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INTRODUCTION Congratulations on your commitment toward better health and fitness! The staff at Aerobics Inc. would like to thank you for purchasing a PaceMaster treadmill. Not only did you buy one of the highest quality treadmills on the market; you also received excellent value for your dollar. PaceMaster treadmills have been rated “BEST BUY” by more nationally recognized publications than any other treadmill. Aerobics Inc. has been designing and manufacturing home treadmills since 1968. We are a family-owned and operated business, comprised of fitness enthusiasts who are committed to providing consumers with outstanding quality treadmills at affordable prices. All PaceMaster treadmills are made in the USA. Your new PaceMaster treadmill has a wide variety of features to assist you in reaching your fitness goals. Please read this manual in its entirety so you will be thoroughly acquainted with assembly, operation and maintenance information. About This Manual It is highly recommended that you read this manual in its entirety before attempting to use your PaceMaster treadmill. It contains information to familiarize you with assembly, basic operations, preset workouts and custom programming. For your safety, and the protection of your treadmill, we have included warnings and other valuable information throughout this manual. The information will be in bold type and marked. Be absolutely sure to thoroughly read and understand this information. CAUTION, WARNING or DANGER indicates important safety warnings. Failure to read and understand these warnings may result in personal injury or damage to your treadmill. TIP indicates useful suggestions to keep in mind while using your PaceMaster treadmill. This treadmill is in compliance with EN 957-2 class H. The P ro S elect and P ro E lite treadmills are designed for home use only. 2
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read these instructions before using your treadmill CAUTION : Before starting any exercise program, contact your personal physician and have a complete physical. This is highly recommended if you have not been on a regular exercise program within the last year or are over 35 years of age or are overweight. CAUTION: If at any time during your exercise program you find the exercise abnormally difficult or you encounter dizziness, feel faint, experience chest pains, feel as if your heart may be skipping beats, you experience forced, heavy breathing after minimal exercise or severe pain in your legs, ankles, knees, etc., STOP EXERCISING and consult your physician. WARNING: To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electrical shock or injury: Never operate your PaceMaster treadmill without clipping the magnetic safety key to your clothing at waist level. Your PaceMaster treadmill is not designed for use by children under the age of 18 without strict parental supervision. Close supervision is necessary when the treadmill is used by or near children or disabled persons. Use your PaceMaster treadmill only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do not use accessories or attachments not recommended by Aerobics, Inc. Never operate your PaceMaster treadmill if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not operating properly, if it has been dropped or damaged or if it has been immersed in water. Should any of these occur, contact your authorized PaceMaster retailer or service center for examination or repair. Keep the cord away from heated surfaces. Never drop or insert any object into any opening on the treadmill. Do not use outdoors. Always unplug your PaceMaster treadmill during an electrical storm or during extended periods of non-use. Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen is being administered. Position the treadmill with a minimum of 4 feet (1219mm) of clearance between the rear of the treadmill and any wall or obstruction. Do not allow anyone to reach under or be too near your PaceMaster while it is in use. Do not attempt to mount or dismount the tread belt while it is running. Never allow more than one person on your PaceMaster treadmill at any time. Never move the treadmill while it is plugged into the electrical outlet. When you are finished exercising, leave your PaceMaster treadmill in a non-elevated position to avoid toys and other objects from becoming trapped beneath. Wear appropriate running or walking shoes and attire while exercising. The treadmill should be turned off after each use by removing the safety magnetic key. Never apply lubricant to the belt and deck. It is permanently lubricated at the factory and is maintenance free. 3
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS Installation Requirements Your PaceMaster treadmill should be installed indoors on a flat, level surface near a 120Volt/ 15Amp outlet. The treadmill requires a dedicated, non-switched outlet that is not part of a GFI (Ground Fault Interrupter) circuit, preferably no more than 5 feet from the outlet to eliminate the need for an extension cord. You must have a minimu m of 4 feet of clearance between the rear of the treadmill and any wall or obstruction. TIP: If you are installing your PaceMaster treadmill on a carpeted surface, use a treadmill mat or a scrap piece of carpet underneath the treadmill to avoid soiling of the carpet. Deep pile carpet is not recommended. Unpacking Your Treadmill The PaceMaster treadmill is packed in five pieces: Frame assembly Front handlebar assembly with Control Panel Two side rails Motor cover Hardware package Before assembling your treadmill, open the hardware package and verify that you have the following items: Two black side rail brackets 3/16” Allen wrench Two fender washers One wireless chest strap transmitter Four 1/4-20 x 3.5" black carriage bolt Magnetic safety key with garment clip Two 1/4-20 x 4” black carriage bolt Owner’s Manual Six 1/4-20 kep nuts Warranty registration card Two #8 x ½” black sheet metal screws If any parts are missing, contact the authorized PaceMaster retailer where you purchased your PaceMaster treadmill. Tools Required for Assembly 3/16" Allen wrench (supplied) 7/16” combination wrench Phillips head screwdriver 4
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Grounding Instructions DANGER: This product must be properly grounded. If it should malfunction or become inoperable, 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 an equipment- grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances. WARNING: Improper connection of the equipment grounding-conductor can result in a risk of electrical 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. This product is rated for more than 15 amperes and is for use on a circuit having a nominal rating of 120 volts. It is factory equipped with a specific electric cord and plug to permit connection to a proper electric circuit. Make sure that the product is connected to an outlet having the same configuration as the plug. No adapter should be used with this product. Attempting to bypass it with an adapter or in any way defeating its purpose can result in a serious shock hazard. As a safety precaution you should unplug the treadmill during electrical storms or if the treadmill will not be in use for periods greater than one week. CAUTION: If you need to use an extension cord it must be a 14 gauge, three wire cord, no longer than 12 feet. Assembly Figure 1: Carefully place the bottom of the handlebar (1) on the frame (2) so the two holes in the plate at the bottom of the handlebar line up with the holes in the frame. Be extremely careful not to damage the speed sensor while installing the handlebar. Insert the 3.5” carriage bolts (3) through the handlebar and the frame. Install a 1/4-20 kep nut (4) to each carriage bolt to keep the handlebar in place. Follow the same procedure for the other handlebar. Do not tighten any nuts until both sides are bolted in place. Figure 1 5
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Figure 2: With the handlebar in place, plug the wire harness (8) into the socket (9) on the power supply board (10). CAUTION: Make sure the treadmill is not plugged into the electrical outlet until assembly is competed. Figure 2 Figure 3: Take one of the side rails (11) and slide the end with the grip over the end of the steel tube protruding from the control panel (12). Make sure the side rail grip touches the control panel. Figure 3 Figure 4: Insert one of the 4” carriage bolts (13) through the side rail (14), the side rail bracket (15) (the foam on the bracket should be at the top, facing the frame) and finally through the frame (16) . Install a 1” fender washer (17) and a ¼-20 kep nut (18) to the bolt and hand tighten. Install the other side rail following the same procedure. Tighten both side rails with a wrench. Figure 4 6
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Figure 5: To install the motor cover, stand in front of the treadmill. Pick up the motor cover (19) so it is level and the word PaceMaster is upside down. Holding the motor cover level and waist high, tilt it 45 degrees by lowering your left hand. Then slide it between the handlebars and lower the motor cover until it is level. Lower the cover all the way, keeping it level. Screw the two #8x1/2” black sheet metal screws (20) into the front of the motor cover. Press down on each side of the motor cover where it meets the black plastic shrouds to lock the Velcro pads (21) into place. CAUTION : Do not raise or lower motor cover without it being level. Figure 5 55 Testing Your Treadmill Your PaceMaster treadmill has been adjusted and tested at the factory. However, due to changes that can occur during shipment, it should be tested prior to use. Once you have assembled your treadmill and it is located where it will be used, proceed as follows. (Do not make any adjustments unless necessary.) For the purpose of this test, DO NOT stand on the tread belt. Once tested, always start and fnish on i the tread belt. Step One: After your treadmill is in place and plugged in to the electrical outlet, insert the magnetic safety key into the recess on the control panel. Step Two: You will now see the number 150 in the INCLINE display window (the SET WEIGHT indicator light will be blinking) and the number 39 in the SPEED display window (the SET AGE indicator light will be blinking). This is where the user’s weight and age is adjusted. The default weight and age set at the factory is 150 lbs. and 39 years. For the purpose of this test, it is not necessary to enter your actual weight and age at this time. Press the ENTER (PAUSE) button so the treadmill’s computer will accept the information. Step Three Set the workout time for 3 minutes by pressing the + button next to the TIME display window 3 times until the time displayed is 3:00. Step Four: Set the workout speed by pressing the SPEED + button until the speed displayed is 2.5 mph. Step Five: Press the START/STOP button. After a few second delay, the tread belt will begin to move. If the tread belt does not move, or the treadmill stops after a few seconds and displays an error code, make a note of the code and contact the authorized PaceMaster retailer where you purchased your treadmill. Step Six: After the treadmill has reached 2.5 mph, observe the tread belt to make sure it is centered. If the tread belt is not centered, press the STOP button and refer to the CARE and MAINTENANCE section of this manual, under Centering The Tread Belt. Once the tread belt is centered, run the treadmill at 2.5 mph for 2 minutes to be sure it remains centered. Step Seven: To test the elevation, the tread belt must be moving. Press the arrow up button to raise the elevation to 3% incline. The grade will be displayed in the INCLINE display window. Once it reaches 3%, press the down arrow button to reduce the incline to 0%. If the treadmill does not elevate, or stops after a few seconds and displays an error code, make a note of the code and contact the authorized PaceMaster retailer where you purchased your treadmill. 7
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THE ProElite CONTROL PANEL Although the ProSelect and ProElite treadmills have many advanced features to provide versatility in meeting exercise needs, basic operation is extremely easy. Basic operation involves setting your TIME and SPEED goals, then pressing the START button. Your PaceMaster treadmill will gradually accelerate to the set speed, maintain that speed until the timer counts to zero, and then gradually come to a complete stop. During exercise, the time remaining, current speed, distance traveled, your current heart rate, calories burned, and Aerobic Points earned are displayed. MAGNETIC SAFETY KEY - The MAGNETIC SAFETY KEY, with its red cord and garment clip, is a safety feature. Before you begin your workout, clip the safety cord to your clothing at waist level. This safety key provides a means of powering down the treadmill in an emergency situation. The safety key is also the ON/OFF switch. PaceMaster treadmills will not operate unless the MAGNETIC SAFETY KEY is engaged. To turn on your treadmill, insert the MAGNETIC SAFETY KEY into the recess on the control panel. During exercise, an emergency stop can be made at any time by pulling on the cord to release the key from its slot . TIP : Using the key to stop your PaceMaster treadmill is an emergency procedure only! To end your exercise routine, press the STOP button or allow the timer to count down to zero. Once the treadmill has come to a complete stop, remove the MAGNETIC SAFETY KEY. When not in use, store the MAGNETIC SAFETY KEY in a safe place to prevent unauthorized use. WARM UP / COOL DOWN – To achieve the maximum benefit from your workout, fitness experts advise that you warm up for a minimum of 5 minutes before, and cool down for a minimum of 5 minutes after, your main aerobic routine. This is a built- in feature on all PaceMaster treadmills. For details, refer to the WARM UP AND COOL DOWN section in this manual. TIME + AND – BUTTONS – Prior to beginning your workout, these buttons are used to set your desired exercise time. Each press of the TIME + button adds 1 minute to the clock. While in a manual program, you can increase or decrease the remaining time in one-minute increments by pressing the TIME + or -- button. TIME DISPLAY WINDOW – If you have chosen warm up and/or cool down, time will be displayed as a 5- minute countdown for the warm up phase, a countdown for the main exercise phase and then a 5- minute countdown for the cool down phase. In Quick Start, the TIME DISPLAY WINDOW shows elapsed time. Time is displayed in minutes and seconds until it reaches 59 minutes and 59 seconds. Then time is displayed in hours and minutes. 1:15 represents one hour and 15 minutes. DISTANCE DISPLAY WINDOW – Prior to beginning a program, this window displays the total distance you will exercise based on the time and speed entered. During your program, the DISTANCE DISPLAY WINDOW shows the distance thus far. DATA DISPLAY WINDOW – While selecting a preset workout, the program and level number will appear in the DATA display window. Once the program and level is selected, your PaceMaster treadmill calculates calorie expenditure, based on the weight you entered, and the intensity of your workout. When calories are displayed, the CALORIES indicator light will be illuminated. Aerobic Points is a system of measuring the aerobic benefit of the workout. You can see how many Aerobic Points you have earned at any time by pressing the AEROBIC POINTS button. The POINTS indicator light will be illuminated. For details, refer to the AEROBIC POINTS SYSTEM section in this manual. 8
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Based on the age entered, the ProSelect and ProElite heart rate treadmills automatically calculate your theoretical maximum heart rate. By pressing the HEART RATE button, the HeartSmart™ Pulse Monitoring System is activated and your current heart rate will be displayed. (The system must detect a heart rate transmission to be activated so you must be wearing the chest strap.) The HEART RATE indicator light will be illuminated. For details, refer to the HEART RATE CONTROL section in this manual. You can toggle between CALORIES, HEART RATE and AEROBIC POINTS by pressing the corresponding button. When in Metric units operation (kilogram, kilometers and KPH) instead of English units (pounds, miles and MPH), the METRIC indicator light in the upper left corner of the DATA DISPLAY WINDOW will be illuminated. For details, refer to the METRIC UNITS section in this manual. INCLINE DISPLAY WINDOW - When the magnetic safety key is inserted, the last entered weight will be displayed in the INCLINE DISPLAY WINDOW and the Set Weight indicator light will blink. To adjust the weight, press the INCLINE arrow up or down buttons until the desired weight is displayed. Prior to beginning a preset workout, the maximum incline will be displayed and the MAX indicator light will be illuminated. Once your workout has begun, the current incline will be displayed in the INCLINE DISPLAY WINDOW. INCLINE UP AND DOWN ARROWS - Incline is adjustable from 0% to 15% in 0.5% increments. You can increase or decrease the incline by pressing the INCLINE UP and DOWN ARROW buttons at any time during your workout. At the end of your workout, it is recommended that the elevation setting be returned to 0%. GRAPHIC DISPLAY WINDOW – The GRAPHIC DISPLAY WINDOW provides constant visual feedback. Depending on the workout, a graphic representa tion of Warm Up and Cool Down, Preset Workout profiles, OneLap™ Track, Quarter Mile Track, On-Target Indicator, Heart Rate Zone bar or Performance Review will appear in the GRAPHIC DISPLAY WINDOW. ENTER/PAUSE – You can put your exercise "on hold" at any time by pressing the ENTER/PAUSE button. Your PaceMaster treadmill will stop, retaining the distance, calories, and Aerobic Points accumulated thus far, as well as the speed and remaining time. -P- will appear in the SPEED display window displays to indicate the PAUSE feature has been activated. To resume your workout where you left off, press START. This button is also used to ENTER pertinent information into the treadmill’s computer. TIP: The PAUSE feature will not operate in ANY heart rate control program to avoid any undue cardiovascular stress. START/STOP - Press this button to start or stop your program. To begin using the Quick Start feature, press ENTER and the START button and the treadmill will gradually accelerate. For details, refer to the QUICK START section in this manual. SPEED DISPLAY WINDOW – Prior to beginning a preset workout, the maximum speed will be displayed and the MAX indicator light will be illuminated. Once your workout has begun, the current speed is displayed in the SPEED DISPLAY WINDOW. PACE BUTTON - By pressing the PACE button, the SPEED display will change from miles per hour to minutes per mile. The PACE indicator light will be illuminated. SPEED + AND – BUTTONS - Speed is adjustable from 0.7 to 12 mph in 0.1 mph increments. (ProSelect speed range is from .07 to 11 mph.) You can adjust your speed by pressing these buttons at any time during exercise in any program. PRESET BUTTON – Press the PRESET button until the desired program is displayed in the DATA display window. For details, refer to the PRESET WORKOUTS section in this manual. LEVEL + AND LEVEL – BUTTONS – Once the desired Preset Workout is chosen, press these buttons for the desired level of intensity. The level will be displayed in the DATA display window next to the program number. For details, refer to the PRESET WORKOUTS COURSE SPECIFICATIONS section in this manual. HEART RATE CONTROL - Press this button to access one of the heart rate control workouts. There are three heart rate control workouts on the ProSelect and four on the ProElite. For details, refer to the HEART RATE CONTROL WORKOUTS section in this manual. CUSTOM – Press this key to choose one of four locations to create and store a new CUSTOM workout or to select a previously designed program. The CUSTOM program number will be displayed in the DATA display window. For details, refer to the CUSTOM PROGRAMS section in this manual. CUSTOM LEARN (LEVEL-) – This button must be pressed prior to creating a custom program in order for the program to be stored. When the CUSTOM LEARN feature is activated, the custom program number and an L (C1 L) will be displayed in the DATA display window. During your workout, LRN . will appear in the DATA display window whenever a speed and/or elevation change is made to signify it is “learning”, or recording, the change. LRN . will disappear as soon as the change is accepted and the number of calories burned thus far will reappear. For details, refer to the CUSTOM PROGRAMS section in this manual. 9
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