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1. LCD Attachment Installation and Service Manual

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6. 4 B ike, CrossTrainer and Stepper

30. 800-503-1221 http://support.startrac.com/ LCD Attachment Service Manual 620-7581 Rev A

13. Bike, CrossTrainer and Stepper 11 For all Pro Treadmills

7. 5 5 Steps in Assembling the Bracket Bike, CrossTrainer and Stepper This pictorial view shows the assembly of the TV bracket in. The following pages describe the install process. (Final assembled bracket)

14. 12 12 All Treadmills Steps in Assembling the Bracket This pictorial view shows the assembly of the TV bracket in. The following pages describe the install process.

5. 3 3 Hardware Kits Kit No.728-0005 ( Hardware Kit for Bikes, Stepper and CrossTrainer) Kit No.728-000 6 ( Hardware Kit for Pro Treadmills)

20. 18 All Treadmills The fi nal installation will look like theses photos. Treadmills Final Installation

12. 10 10 The final installation will look like theses photos. Final Installation Bike, CrossTrainer and Stepper Pro Bikes Pro Stepper Cross Trainer Recumbent Cross Trainer Stepper Upright

29. 27 27 For the Bike, CrossTrainer, and Stepper, a rubber extrusion piece is included for wire management during the AV install. To install: - Clean mounting surface with isopropyl alcohol or equivalent. (Do not use an oil based cleaner.) - Push wires through slitted gap until fully enclosed. - Peel off adhesive tape cover of the velcro on the underside of the wire man - agement of about 4 inches from the top end. - Align wire management to center of mounting surface just right below the bracket clamp and continue peeling off adhesive tape cover at about 6-8 inches at a time, while pressing down fi rmly on the wire management in between. Refer to pictures for step-by-step process. A/V Install - Wire Management Bike, CrossTrainer and Stepper

10. 8 8 Installation Instruc tions (Cont’d) Bike, CrossTrainer and Stepper 5 NOTE: Before tightening, make sure base of bracket neck is flush with fitness product. NO YES 5 - Insert the rubber pad onto the bottom mounting plate and attach the plate around the neck of the product. - Using the remaining 4 screws, attach the bottom and top mounting plates together. - Check fit and alignment and make any necessary adjustments, tighten all the screws securely. Continued

28. 26 26 Bike, Crosstrainer, Stepper Wires • The wires will exit the bracket down onto the fi tness product neck. • Do not use tie–wraps around the fi tness product neck. Use the wire management strip instead. • If not already attached, you will need to adhere the wire management to the fi tness equipment during your installation. Please see wire management section in this manual. • Hide the video and power cord within the rubber strip and Velcro to the neck. • The mating side of the Velcro will be attached to the fitness equipment by using the double stick backing of the Velcro provided. • Tread Wires • Do not use tie–wraps around the fitness product neck. • The wires will exit upward from the bottom of the bracket and toward the tread display console. • The tread product does not have a wire management strip like the other products. • Reaching up and under the tread display, you will feel the top of the treadmill product neck. This neck is hollow and makes a great location to run all the installed wires down to the floor. • Use a fi sh tape, or other similar wire pulling device to guide the wires through the neck. A/V Installer’s Guide (cont.) Bike, CrossTrainer, Stepper and Pro Tread

17. 15 15 4 5 All Treadmills Treadmill Installation Instructions (Cont’d) Slide the top mounting plate on the neck and align the top plate notch with the neck base notch. Make sure top plate sit s fl ush on the not ch . - Insert the rubber pad onto the bottom mounting plate and attach the plate around the neck of the product. - Using the remaining 4 screws, attach the bottom and top mounting plates together. - Check fi t and alignment and make any necessary adjustments, tighten all the screws securely.

23. 21 21 21 Typical installations require both a coax (with the video signal) and a power supply cable run to each individual piece of fi tness equipment. AC power outlet requirements will certainly be the responsibility of the club owner hiring a local electrical sub- contractor. When discussing an installation with an A/V firm, you will want to address the following concerns: • What drawings and floor plans will the A/V installer be providing to you? Will these plans include reference to the AC power requirements for the electrical and construction sub-contractors you hire? • How are the wires going to run to each piece of equipment? In the ceiling? In the fl oor? Will the wires being run be hidden or dressed in a manor that is safe and aesthetically pleasing? Will a knee-wall be required? Who will specify the power and construction requirements for this wall? • What video signal enhancers or amplifiers are required to show TV on all your fi tness products? Multiple TVs will require a good working knowledge of video signal distribution techniques; otherwise, the picture will be snowy or fuzzy. • Who is responsible when a TV is not working, or if the TV signal is of poor quality? What is the installer’s warrantee and on-site support plan? What is the vendor’s response time for repair? • Several A/V companies specialize in fitness-only AV installation. No matter who you select, always ask for references. If possible, talk to another club owner and try to discover any pit-falls that you can avoid in your installation. Club Owner Guide (cont.) Bike, CrossTrainer, Stepper and Pro Tread

9. 7 7 Installation Instruc tions (Cont’d) Bike, CrossTrainer and Stepper 3 - Attach the crossbow to the wings . - Tighten the two nuts with the 7/16” or 11MM open end wrench as shown. 4 Slide the top mounting plate on the neck and align the top plate notch with the neck base notch. Make sure top plate sit s fl ush on the not ch .

11. 9 9 Bike, CrossTrainer and Stepper 7 - Slide the top monitor support bracket (Gooseneck) and lower over neck. - Secure the gooseneck by inserting the 4 flat head screws and tighten securely. - Use any 4 hole s to adjust TV height. See A /V install section for more in fo. Installation Instruc tions (Cont’d) Installation Instruc tions (Cont’d) Bike, CrossTrainer and Stepper - Put the crossbow back plate in position and insert the two socket head cap screws by hand. - Tighten the 2 screws into the cross bow using the 9/16” Allen wrench. 6 *Save wire management for A/V install — see A/V section.

15. 13 13 1 R emove the four screws from the tread display as shown. (Screws are no longer needed) Treadmill Installation Instructions Tools required for treadmill (not supplied): • 5mm or 3/16 Allen wrench (Crossbow and clamp screws) • 1/8 “ Allen wrench (Neck screws) • #2 Phillips Screwdriver (Wings screws) • 7/16” or 11MM open end wrench (Crossbow screws) CAUTION: UNPLUG THE TREADMILL BEFORE PROCEEDING. All Treadmills

16. 14 14 2 Attach the wings into the back of the display using the Phillips head screws. NOTE: The longer screws go in the 2 bottom holes and the shorter screws in the 2 top holes. Failure to follow this will result in damage to the display. Align the wings on the crossbow so the curved edge is facing the inside and the smooth edge on the outside as shown in the diagram. All Treadmills Treadmill Installation Instructions (Cont’d) 3 Attach the crossbow to the wings and leave the nuts slightly loose so you can position them onto the display, do not attach the back of the crossbow at this time. Tighten the two nuts with the 7/16” or 11MM open end wrench as shown.

27. 25 25 • Bike Wires • The wires will exit the bracket down onto the fi tness product neck. • Do not use tie–wraps around the fi tness product neck. Use the wire management strip instead. • If not already attached, you will need to adhere the wire management to the fi tness equipment during your installation. Please see wire management section in this manual. • Hide the video and power cord within the rubber strip and Velcro to the neck. • The mating side of the Velcro will be attached to the fitness equipment by using the double stick backing of the Velcro provided. Tread Wires • Do not use tie–wraps around the fitness product neck. • The wires will exit upward from the bottom of the bracket and toward the tread display console. • The tread product does not have a wire management strip like the other products. • Reaching up and under the tread display, you will feel the top of the treadmill product neck. This neck is hollow and makes a great location to run all the installed wires down to the floor. • Use a fi sh tape, or other similar wire pulling device to guide the wires through he neck.Verify the installed wires have enough slack to allow the TV to tilt up and down without putting tight tension on the wires. • The Bike, Cross Trainer and Stepper equipment requires the use of a wire management strip that runs down the neck. This strip consists of a rubber extrusion piece with Velcro attached. The treadmill product does not require the use of a wire management. A/V Installer’s Guide (cont.) Bike, CrossTrainer, Stepper and Pro Tread A/V Installer’s Guide (cont.) Bike, CrossTrainer, Stepper and Pro Tread

18. 16 16 All Treadmills Treadmill Installation Instructions (Cont’d) 7 - Slide the top monitor support bracket (Gooseneck) and lower it over neck. - Secure the gooseneck by inserting the 4 flat head screws and tighten securely. - Use any 4 hole s to adjust TV height. See A /V install section for more in fo. - Holding the bracket base against the product neck, put the crossbow back plate in position and insert the two socket head cap screws by hand. - Tighten the 2 screws into the cross bow using the 9/16” Allen wrench. NOTE: Before tightening, make sure base of neck is flush. NO YES 5 Continued 6

24. 22 22 As an A/V Installer, you will be tasked with running the TV power and video to each unit. You should provide the club owner with a clear definition of your role in theinstallation process, and what other sub-contractors the club owner will require to complete the installation. When installing and wiring TVs on Star Trac brackets, there are several areas you should be aware of: Mounting the TV • The TV will be mounted to the Star Trac bracket using the provided 75mm and 100mm VESA standard mounting plate. • I n the bracket hardware kit, (4) 4mm x 10 screws are provided to attach the TV to the bracket. • The installer is responsible for bringing all the required hardware to mount the TV. • It is impossible for Star Trac to provide all possible mounting hardware for every 3rd party product on the market. • As an installer, you are required to provide longer or shorter screws due to variations in TV manufacturer mounting requirements. • If your A/V solution includes a DVD player or other 3rd party bracket or adapter , the installer will be required to bring all the needed mounting hardware, and verify compatibility with our bracket. • Please request a bracket sample from Star Trac before performing a large onsite installation as to verify a proper fi t of the A/V solution you are supplying. Adjusting the TV Height • The bracket gooseneck allows the height of the TV to be adjusted up and down by selecting a different set of threaded holes in the bracket neck. • Typically you will want to lower the TV to a position just above the fitness equipment display console. • Do not lower the TV to the point where it actually touches the fi tness equipment display console. A/V Installer’s Guide Bike, CrossTrainer, Stepper and Pro Tread

8. 6 6 Installation Instruc tions Tools required for Bike, CrossTrainer, and Stepper (not supplied): • 5mm or 3/16” Allen wrench (Crossbow and clamp screws) • 1/8” or 3mm Allen wrench (Neck screws) • #2 Phillips Screwdriver (Wing screws) • 7/16” or 11MM open end wrench (Cross bow screws) Bike, CrossTrainer and Stepper 1 R emove the four screws from the display. (Screws are no longer needed) 2 Attach the wings into the back of the display using the Phillips head screws. NOTE: The longer screws go in the 2 bottom holes and the shorter screws in the 2 top holes. Failure to follow this will result in damage to the display. Align the wings on the crossbow so the curved edge is facing the inside and the smooth edge on the outside as shown in the diagram.

19. 17 17 17 *Save wire management for A/V install — see A/V section. Vibration - Secure the Handrails - T he handrails of the treadmill need to be adjusted. Replacing the existing washers with thicker ones will make the handrails more secure. NOTE: Take care not to use power tools on the long handrail bolt, as this will break the bolt in the handrail. 8 A - Plug in tread B - Elevate the treadmill , then unpl ug C - Remove the two long bolts that hold the handrails to the base of the treadmill. D - Replace the existing washers with the new thicker washer for added stability. CAUTION: Do not use power tools. The bolt can break in the handrail. All Treadmills Treadmill Installation Instructions (Cont’d)

26. 24 24 Please bring the treadmill up to a full incline to verify the slack required for treadmill products. • Some equipment requires a long ER power cord than other products. The following table shows the minimum length of DC side power cord: • Verify the installed wires have enough slack to allow the TV to tilt up and down without putting tight tension on the wires. • The Bike, Cross Trainer and Stepper equipment requires the use of a wire management strip that runs down the neck. This strip consists of a rubber extrusion piece with Velcro attached. The treadmill product does not require the use of a wire management. A/V Installer’s Guide (cont.) Bike, CrossTrainer, Stepper and Pro Tread Product DC side cord length notes Bike – Upright 100 inches | 254 cm Bike – Recumbent 97 inches | 246 cm Cross Trainer 107 inches | 272 cm Stepper 112 inches | 283 cm Treadmill 130 inches | 330 cm The treadmill has an incline feature. Make sure to bring the tread to full incline to verify enough cord slack is available.

4. 2 2 All Kits include: Before installing the TV bracket verify that you have the proper kit according to the list above and that all the parts are included. If any of the items are missing call StarTrac at 800-503-1221 to order a replacement kit. Parts List (All Machines) Product Model ................................................................................... Kit Part Number Pro Tread ....................................................................................................... 715-3628 Pro Stepper .................................................................................................... 711-3178 Pro Bike Upright ............................................................................................. 718-5079 Pro Bike Recumbent ...................................................................................... 720-0087 CrossTrainer ................................................................................................... 721-1093 Neck Mounting support assembly (Crossbow) Mounting braces (Wings) Monitor Interface ( G ooseneck ) Clamp top and bottom with pad Wire management *Not included in kit 715-3628 (Pro Tread)

25. 23 23 • Some equipment will require a higher mounting position than others. The best way to determine the optimal height is to actually use the equipment for a few minutes, and view the TV as the user sees it. • If absolutely necessary, it is acceptable to use only 2 of the 4 adjustment height holes. This method will only be required in extreme high or low adjustments of a TV. TV Tilt • Each bracket allows the TV to be tilted up and down by a few degrees. • The tilt feature is not adjustable, and requires no service. • Make sure your video and power wires, when trimmed and dressed, have enough slack to allow the TV to tilt without the wires pulling tight. Wire Management • The brackets contain a hole in the top (near the gooseneck mount) and at the bottom (near the clamps) to allow wires to pass through the bracket. These holes allow you to run the power and video wires from the TV to the fi tness product neck, and then to the floor. • An AC to DC adapter (with a box or cube in the middle) is very common for powering a LCD TV. It is very important to run only the DC portion of the power cable. Never run AC power up the metal bracket! • Please keep the following in mind when running wires and determining slack. • For the DC power cord to reach all the way from the floor to the TV, a DC power cord extensions may be required. • It is the responsibility of the AV installer to provide DC power cord extensions for the A/V products they are installing. • Please keep in mind that the treadmill has an incline feature that will rise up from the floor, and require slack in the power cord. A/V Installer’s Guide (cont.) Bike, CrossTrainer, Stepper and Pro Tread Extension cord

22. 20 20 20 Club Owner Guide Star Trac Fitness supplies the mounting bracket that allows an LCD TV to be at tached to our fitness products. Star Trac does not supply the LCD TV equipment or the supporting wire and power installation support. As a club owner, you will be responsible for coordinating the LCD TV installation through several outside vendors. It is the club owner’s responsibility to select and engage an outside Audio Visual (A/V) installation fi rm to provide TVs, controllers, and wiring in the ceiling/floor, and to install each piece of A/V function on the fitness equipment. The biggest challenge for a club owner is learning where the responsibility of one vendor ends, and another begins. During the installation process, each vendor has the following basic responsibilities: • Cable or Satellite Operato r – Will bring the TV signal into your facility. Typically will install equipment in a closet or back room. The Cable/SAT installer will typically NOT install wires or support installation to each individual piece of equipment. • A/V installer – Involved in the sale of the individual TV units and responsible for the installation from the video source to each piece of equipment. Installers may specify power and construction requirements, but will not actually do the AC or building construction work themselves. • P ower and Electrical Contractor – Will be used to install AC power outlets at each piece of fi tness equipment to power the TVs. This contractor is typically hired by the club owner to execute a power plan developed by the A/V installer . • G eneral or Construction Contractor – If any special wall or conduit needs to be installed to facilitate wire management, a building contractor will be hired by the club owner to execute a plan developed by the A/V installer. Bike, CrossTrainer, Stepper and Pro Tread

21. 19 19 19 All Treadmills The final installation will look like theses photos. Final Installation Maintenance Requirements Star Trac strongly recommends performing the regular daily, weekly, and monthly preventive maintenance routines outlined below. If any items need replacement call STAR TRAC PRODUCT SUPPORT DEPARTMENT at (800) 503-1221, or USA 1-714-669-1660. To order replacement part,s we will need the serial number and model number. D = Daily W = Weekly M = Monthly (depending on the amount of use, some procedures may need to be performed more frequently) Preventative Maintenance D W M Procedure The daily maintenance of the monitor bracket will determine the life of the monitor bracket by how consistently it is performed. • Wipe down the monitor bracket with a soft cloth. • Never use abrasive cleaning liquids or oil based cleaner, ammonia or alcohol when wiping down the monitor bracket. The Weekly maintenance should focus on the overall performance of the monitor bracket. During this portion of the maintenance, look for vibration and possible loose assemblies. • Inspect each monitor bracket for loose parts, bolts and nuts. Adjust as necessar y. • Remove any monitor brackets that are deemed unsafe. • Test the tilt mechanism of the monitor to make sure it stays at the desired angle for viewing. The monthly maintenance check should be a comprehensive inspection of the overall frame and main assembly components of the monitor bracket. • Inspect all areas for proper adjustments • Inspect all parts to determine damage which will require possible part replacement.

3. 1 Table of Contents Parts List ................................................................................................ 2 Hardware Kits ........................................................................................ 3 Bike, Cross Trainer and Stepper Start .................................................... 4 Steps in Assembling the Bracket ............................................................ 5 Installation Instructions (Bike, Cross Trainer & Stepper) ....................... 6 Installation Instructions (Bike, Cross Trainer & Stepper) Cont’d ............ 7 Installation Instructions (Bike, Cross Trainer & Stepper) Cont’d ............ 8 Installation Instructions (Bike, Cross Trainer & Stepper) Cont’d ............ 9 Final Installation (Bike, Cross Trainer & Stepper) ................................. 10 Treadmill Start ...................................................................................... 11 Steps in Assembling the Bracket .......................................................... 12 Treadmill Installation Instructions ....................................................... 13 Treadmill Installation Instructions (Cont’d) ......................................... 14 Treadmill Installation Instructions (Cont’d) ......................................... 15 Treadmill Installation Instructions (Cont’d) ......................................... 16 Treadmill Installation Instructions (Cont’d) ......................................... 17 Final Installation (Treadmill) ................................................................. 18 M aintenance Requ irements .................................................................. 19 Club Owner Guide ................................................................................ 20 Club Owner Guide (Cont’d) .................................................................. 21 A/V Installer’s Guide ............................................................................. 22 A/V Installer’s Guide (Cont’d) .............................................................. 2 3 A/V Installer’s Guide (Cont’d) .............................................................. 2 4 A/V Installer’s Guide (Cont’d ) .............................................................. 2 5 A/V Installer’s Guide (Cont’d) .............................................................. 2 6 A/V Install - Wire Management ............................................................ 2 7

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