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66. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: CCB

67. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: CCB

68. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: CCB

69. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: CCB

81. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Embedded No Power

82. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B

1. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Treadmill Technical Manual

61. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement – Embedded Displ ay

62. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement – Embedded Display

63. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement – Embedded Display

64. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement – Embedded Display

60. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement – Embedded Display Procedure:

65. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: CCB Troubleshooting that must be done PRIOR to replacement : 1. Check CCB keypad for power lit LED (If no RED led is on follow CCB replacement # 22 2. Check the power for 12v DC input (under 11 volts DC replace power FCB or wire ) 3. Check power input to PVS 12v DC. (Check for burn marks on cable/connectors) 4. Check for 1 2v DC output from CCB (if not found replace CCB board.) 5. Reseat all cable/plug connections. 6. Check all cable/plug connections for burn marks. Version/Changes : Programming requirements after replacement : 1. Perform channel scan 2. Delete any channels the facility does not want Testing requirements after replacement : 1. Confirm iPod menu comes on 2. Confirm you can access the PVS programming mode

9. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Power Requirements Treadmill Dedicated Circuit Requirement : Star Trac requires a 20 amp dedicated circuit and dedicated neutral for each treadmill installed and operated. Each treadmill requires an outlet of which line and neutral contacts are wired to the electrical power distribution box (circuit breaker box) wi th dedicated wires. Both the line and neutral wire from an outlet for a treadmill shall be isolated from all other outlet contacts other than the connection at the electrical power distribution box. The neutral bar of the electrical power distribution bo x requires a connection to the earth ground. Furthermore, there shall be no other electrical device operated off this circuit; just the single treadmill. The earth ground connection of the outlet may be shared with other outlets’ earth ground connectio ns through either metal conduit or ground wire. Each dedicated circuit requires 12 gauge wire for the line and neutral wires for runs less than 100 feet, as measured from the circuit breaker to the termination of the plug (outlet) connecting to the treadmi ll. Runs greater than 100 feet require 10 gauge wires, and a run from a circuit breaker shall not be greater than 200 feet. Failure to meet these requirements may cause intermittent treadmill shut - down and potential damage to the treadmill’s electronic co mponents, and consequently, void the warranty.

70. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Troubleshooting DFR Codes: The MCB monitors various temperatures, currents and voltages coming in. When the MCB senses an anomaly it will shut down and identify a Drive Fault Record (DRF) code. Under normal operation circumstances, LEDs 1 – 3 blink in a s taggered pattern sequence. When the machine is in an error state, LEDs 1 – 3 blink together in a repetitive pattern, pause, and then blink in a repetitive pattern again. The number of blinks can be counted and their meaning can be referenced in the flo w charts below.

71. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B T roubleshooting No Power to t he Display N O P O W E R T O D I S P L A Y S O L U T I O N S : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ T r i p p e d W a l l B r e a k e r o r B a d W a l l C i r c u i t _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e L i n e C o r d _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e O n O f f B r e a k e r N o t e : M a k e s u r e t h e l i n e c o r d c a b l e s a r e m a k i n g a g o o d c o n n e c t i o n t o t h e o n o f f b r e a k e r . A l s o m a k e s u r e t h e o n o f f b r e a k e r i s t u r n e d t o t h e o f p o s i t i o n . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A 4 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e E M I F i l t e r T u r n t r e a d m i l l p o w e r o n L o c a t e A C L E D o n t h e M C B I s t h e A C L E D o f f ? V e r i f y a l l A C p o w e r w i r e s a r e m a k i n g g o o d c o n n e c t i o n Y e s M e a s u r e w a l l o u t p u t v o l t a g e M e a s u r e E M I f i l t e r A C i n p u t v o l t a g e M e a s u r e l i n e c o r d o u t p u t v o l t a g e W a s t h e w a l l o u t p u t v o l t a g e a d e q u a t e ? Y e s M e a s u r e E M I o u t p u t A C v o l t a g e W a s t h e l i n e c o r d o u t p u t v o l t a g e a d e q u a t e ? A 1 N o N o Y e s W a s t h e E M I f i l t e r i n p u t v o l t a g e a d e q u a t e ? Y e s A 3 N o W a s t h e E M I f i l t e r o u t p u t v o l t a g e a d e q u a t e ? A 2 N o A 4 N o Y e s P a g e 2 ( A ) S t a r t P a g e 2 ( B )

72. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B No Power T o The Display A M e a s u r e M C B i n p u t A C v o l t a g e S O L U T I O N S : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A 5 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A C M C B I n p u t C a b l e _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e M C B _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ B 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e M C B _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ B 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I n p u t c o m p o n e n t o r w i r e c a u s i n g d i r e c t s h o r t t o d i s p l a y e l e c t r o n i c s N o t e : P l u g o n e c a b l e i n a t a t i m e i n t o d i s p l a y e l e c t r o n i c s t o d e t e r m i n e t h e c o m p o n e n t o r w i r e t h a t n e e d s t o b e r e p l a c e d . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ B 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e D i s p l a y E l e c t r o n i c s _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ B 4 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e I / O C a b l e N o t e : I f p r o b l e m s t i l l e x i s t a f t e r r e p l a c i n g t h e I / O c a b l e , r e p l a c e d i s p l a y e l e c t r o n i c s . N O P O W E R T O D I S P L A Y W a s t h e M C B i n p u t A C v o l t a g e a d e q u a t e ? A 5 N o A 6 Y e s B L o c a t e V - C o n L E D o n t h e M C B E n d I s t h e V - C o n L E D l i t ? N o U n p l u g t h e I / O c a b l e ( D i s p l a y C a b l e ) Y e s I s t h e V - C o n L E D l i t ? D i s a s s e m b l e b a c k d i s p l a y h o u s i n g A g a i n c h e c k V - C o n L E D N o Y e s M e a s u r e d i s p l a y i n p u t D C v o l t a g e a c r o s s p o s i t i v e s i d e o f C 7 9 a n d d i s p l a y g r o u n d V o l t a g e s h o u l d b e a p p r o x i m a t e l y 1 2 v o l t s W a s t h e d i s p l a y i n p u t D C v o l t a g e a d e q u a t e ? B 1 O p e n d i s p l a y p a n e l t o e x p o s e d i s p l a y e l e c t r o n i c L e a v i n g o n l y t h e I / O c a b l e p l u g g e d i n d i s a s s e m b l e a l l o t h e r w i r e s f r o m d i s p l a y e l e c t r o n i c s I s t h e V - C o n L E D l i t ? Y e s B 2 B 3 N o E n d R e - c o n n e c t t h e I / O c a b l e B a c k i n t o t h e M C B B 3 Y e s B 4 N o

29. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: Deck Troubleshooting that must be done PRIOR to replacement : 1. DFR code 800 2. Confirm that the running belt logo ( STARTRAC ) is not 75% worn out 3. Confirm that the running belt is not over tension 4. Confirm that the running belt does not slip ( use stomp test ) 5. Confirm that the running belt is aligned with the roller 6. Remove drive belt and check for roller noise Versions / Changes : 1. Wax Removed From Decks Adjustment requirements after replacement : 2. Required running belt installation 3. Required head roller replacement Testing requirements after replacement : 1. Running belt tension and tracking 2. Running belt stomp test

33. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: EMI Filter Troubleshooting that must be done PRIOR to replacement 1. Check for 120v AC input from wall . 2. Check for 120v AC out from power switch . 3. Check for 120v AC input to EMI filter. 4. Check for 120v AC output from EM I filter. 5. Check for 120v AC input to MCB . Versions / Changes : 1. Last change was done in Feb/2008 . Programming requirements after replacement : 2. None required . Testing requirements after replacement : 3. Perform a full function test on the machine.

50. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: LED Display Troubleshooting that must be done PRIOR to replacement 1. Check for DFR code on MCB 2. Check for EE error 3. Check AC led on MCB 4. Check V - CON led on MCB 5. Verify voltage input to MCB 120 volts AC from EMI 6. Verify the display (I/O) cable is connected from MCB to Display. 7. Check for damage on the display cable 8. Check voltage across C79 and ground 12 volts DC Versions / Changes : 1. Last change was done in Feb/2008 Programming requirements after replacement : 2. Set appropriate machine maintenance mode, verify all other settings 3. Perform motor calibration 4. Perform elevation calibration Testing requirements after replacement : 1. Perform a keypad test 2. Perform HR test

55. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: LED Console Keypad / Display Electronics Troubleshooting that must be done PRIOR to replacement : 1. Perform a keypad test 2. Check for ribbon cable damage 3. Check ribbon cable is connected to all pins on display board Versions / Changes : 1. Last change was done in Feb/2008 Programming requirements after replacement : 2. None required Testing requirements after replacement : 3. Perform a keypad test

38. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: Drive Motor Troubleshooting that must be done PRIOR to replacement 1. Check for DFR code 4000 in display 2. Check for voltage input to unit 3. Check AC led & V - CON LED’s on 4. Verify voltage in from the EMI is generating 120v AC 5. Verify that 120v AC voltage coming out from the EMI input cable 6. Perform a motor bleeder test must have 19 to 20 mega ohms. 7. Perform a continuity check on the thermostat wires from the motor Versions / Changes : 1. Last change was done in Feb/2008 Programming requirements after replacement : 2. Perform a motor / speed calibration Testing requirements after replacement : 3. Run program on unit

35. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement Part Replacement: MCB Troubleshooting that must be done PRIOR to replacement 1. Check for voltage input to unit . 2. Check AC LED and V - CON LED’s are on . 3. Verify voltage into the EMI filter is 120v AC . 4. Verify 120v AC voltage out of the EMI filter input cable . 5. Verify that the fuse is good on the MCB . 6. Determine if the power connectors have any burn or scorch marks on the MCB . 7. Reseat display (I/O) cable on the MCB & display electronics board 8. Check Display cable out of MCB connected 9. Check MC B LED s 8 and 11 for status ready Blinking 10. Check that the MCB’s LED 8 for status ready blinking 11. Verify a motor bleeder test must have 19 to 20 mega ohms. 12. Check Last Error List for a DFR 4000 code on the display (LED console) . Versions / Changes : 1. Version 1 MCB’s were updated to Version 2 in Feb/2011 . Programming requirements after replacement : 2. None required . Testing requirements after replacement : 3. Perform a motor / speed calibration tes t

78. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B S o l u t i o n : _ _ G 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ C o n s u l t w i t h e l e c t r i c i a n t o f i x A C i n p u t r a i l v o l t a g e . N o t e : T h e A C r a i l v o l t a g e w i t h a l o a d s h o u l d n e v e r d r o p g r e a t e r t h a t 5 v o l t s d e f e r e n t i a l c o m p a r i n g i t w i t h n o l o a d . T h e r e a r e m a n y e q u a t i o n s t o m e a s u r e f o r l o w r a i l v o l t a g e . E x a m p l e : I f y o u t a k e a p e r s o n t h a t w e i g h s 2 0 0 L b s a t t h e s p e e d o f 5 M P H , a n d t h e v o l t a g e d r o p s g r e a t e r t h a t 5 V a c . T h e w a l l v o l t a g e i s n o t a d e q u a t e a n d w i l l c a u s e i n t e r m i t t e n t 2 0 0 D F R c o d e s . _ _ G 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e E M I F i l t e r _ _ G 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e M C B S t a r t T u r n t h e t r e a d A C p o w e r o f f . M e a s u r e A C v o l t a g e o u t o f t h e w a l l c i r c u i t . W a s t h e A C v o l t a g e w i t h i n t h e s p e c s l i s t e d a b o v e ? T h e A C v o l t a g e s h o u l d b e a p p r o x i m a t e l y : 9 5 t o 1 2 0 f o r 1 1 0 v u n i t T h e A C v o l t a g e s h o u l d b e a p p r o x i m a t e l y : 1 8 5 t o 2 5 0 f o r 2 2 0 v u n i t G 1 N o C h e c k A c o u t p u t v o l t a g e c o m i n g o u t o f t h e E M I f i l t e r W a s t h e A C v o l t a g e w i t h i n t h e s p e c s l i s t e d a b o v e ? G 2 N o Y e s E n g a g e m a i n t e n a n c e m o d e ( 0 , 2 , s t a r t s i m u l t a n e o u s l y ) Y e s E n g a g e m o t o r t e s t m o d e ( # 8 a f t e r e n g a g i n g m a i n t e n a n c e m o d e ) I n c r e a s e t h e s p e e d t o 5 M P H o r g r e a t e r . M e a s u r e A C i n p u t v o l t a g e w i t h a l o a d W a s t h e v o l t a g e g r e a t e r T h a n 5 v o l t d e f e r e n t i a l ? T h e i n p u t A C v o l t a g e s h o u l d b e l e s s t h a t 5 v o l t d e f e r e n t i a l f r o m t h e o r i g i n a l A C v o l t a g e t h a t w a s t a k e n w i t h o u t a l o a d G 1 G 3 N o Y e s E n d D F R C o d e = 2 0 0 D C L i n k B u s U n d e r V o l t a g e / 1 0 B l i n k s P o s s i b l e C a u s e s : ( 1 ) L o w A C v o l t a g e f r o m w a l l . ( 2 ) L o w A C v o l t a g e f r o m E M I f i l t e r . ( 3 ) F a u l t y M C B . D F R C O D E F L O W C H A R T : D E F I N I T I O N S / M C B L E D B l i n k s D F R F l o w c h a r t F o r # : 2 0 0

32. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: Rollers Troubleshooting that must be done PRIOR to replacement : 1. Confirm drive belt has right tension 2. Confirm drive belt is not worn 3. Confirm motor has not been adjusted 4. Remove drive belt from roller and check for roller noise Versions / changes : 1. Treadmill Roller Crown Change Feb. 2008 Adjustments requirements after placing : 2. Confirm installation procedure Testing requirements after placing : 3. Confirm drive belt has right tension 4. Confirm stomp test The care and maintenance of the head and tail rollers are as important as the care and maintenance of the running belt. Dirt buildup on the rollers can cause noise, rough feelings and unwanted belt tracking. C leaning: Scrape any dirt and debris build up from the roller using a plastic scraper or an old credit card. Do not use anything metal or sandpaper, as you will damage the coating on the roller. Vacuum up any debris from the rollers. R oller “DO NOT’s” : • Do not lubricate the roller bearings. They are a sealed type bearing and any lubricant you attempt to apply, will not penetrate the seal. • Do not scrape a roller with metal. Use a plastic scraper or a credit card only. • Do not use sandpaper to clean the rollers

37. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 5. Ensure all wiring connectors are seated fully into the MCB. Check that wires are away from the RPM disc of the motor and are routed properly . 6. Make sure to re - route and zip tie the speed sensor wire around the back of the MCB.

79. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B S t a r t R e c y c l e t h e t r e a d A C p o w e r b y t u r n i n g i t o f f a n d b a c k o n S o l u t i o n : _ _ H 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e M C B _ _ H 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e I / O c a b l e _ _ H 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e i n s e r t t h e p h a s e w i r e s i n t o t h e h o n e s t c o n n e c t o r . N o t e : I f t h e w i r e c o n t i n u e s t o m a k e a b a d c o n n e c t i o n r e p l a c e d r i v e m o t o r . T h e r e i s a r e l a y o n t h e M C B t h a t w i l l a c t i v a t e w h e n t u r n i n g t h e A C p o w e r o n w h e n u n i t i s i n o p e r a b l e c o n d i t i o n . D i d t h e d i s p l a y b e e p w i t h o u t t h e r e l a y s w i t c h a c t i v a t i n g ? C h e c k I / O c a b l e ( d i s p l a y c a b l e ) f o r p i n c h e d o r d a m a g e d w i r e s . Y e s H 1 N o W a s t h e I / O c a b l e i n g o o d c o n d i t i o n ? C h e c k t h e p h a s e w i r e s o n t h e d r i v e m o t o r f o r g o o d c o n n e c t i o n i n t h e m o t o r h o n e s t c o n n e c t o r o r d a m a g e d w i r e . Y e s W a s t h e r e a d a m a g e d w i r e o r b a d c o n n e c t i o n o n p h a s e w i r e s t o h o n e s t c o n n e c t o r ? H 2 N o H 3 H 1 Y e s N o E n d D F R C o d e = 4 0 P h a s e A C i r c u i t O p e n / 7 B l i n k s D F R C o d e = 2 0 P h a s e B C i r c u i t O p e n / 6 B l i n k s D F R C o d e = 1 0 P h a s e C C i r c u i t O p e n / 5 B l i n k s P o s s i b l e C a u s e s : ( 1 ) B a d w i r e c o n n e c t i o n o n d r i v e m o t o r . ( 2 ) O p e n p h a s e w i r e i n d r i v e m o t o r . ( 3 ) F a u l t y M C B . D F R C O D E F L O W C H A R T : D E F I N I T I O N S / M C B L E D B l i n k s D F R F l o w c h a r t F o r # : 4 0 , 2 0 , a n d 1 0

14. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Display System The display system controls and commands most of the functions of the treadmill. It is the user interface and the brain of the treadmill. There are five sub systems: 1. Treadmill Operation 2. Watch Dog 3. Personal Cooling Fans 4. Heart Rate 5. Hot Bar/Warm Bar Treadmill Operation Treadmill operation is those functions and components that the user interacts with while working out on the treadmill. Components:  Main Keypad (Display Panel)  Display Electronics  Data Cable Watch Dog The watch dog is the circuit/softw are inside the display electronics that monitors the different systems in the treadmill. If there are any anomalies, the watch dog triggers any of the various codes that will show up on the screen. Components:  Display Electronics Personal Cooling Fans Th is system is used to keep the users cool. Components:  Display electronics  Fan Keypad  Fans

24. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: Running Belt Troubleshooting that must be done PRIOR to replacement : 1. DFR code 800 2. Confirm that the running belt logo ( STARTRAC ) is not 75% worn out 3. Confirm that the running belt is not over tensioned 4. Confirm that the running belt does not slip ( use stomp test ) 5. Confirm that the running belt is aligned with the roller 6. Remove drive belt and check for roller noise Adjustment requirements after replacement : 1. Required running belt installation 2. Required head roller replacement Testing requirements after replacement : 1. Confirm that the installation test procedure is done Running Belt Tension: Proper running belt tension and tracking are important to maintain the performance and life of the belt. It is recommended to follow the proper tracking and tensioni ng procedure whenever running belt or deck is replaced, or as needed. Tensioning Frequency :  After 1,000 Miles, or 1 Month. Or whichever comes first.  6,000 Miles, or 6 Months  12,000 Miles, or 12 Months  18.000 Miles, or 18 Months  24,000 Miles, or 24 Months  30,000 Miles or 30 Months Belt Alignment:

75. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B S o l u t i o n : C 1 _ _ _ _ I f t h e u n i t c a m e u p w i t h c h e c k s p e e d o r c h e c k m o t o r s y s t e m r e f e r b a c k t o t h e c o r r e c t D F R n u m b e r l i s t e d o n A 1 . C 2 _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e D r i v e M o t o r N o t e : V e r i f y t h e p r o b e s o f t h e m u l t i m e t e r a r e m a k i n g a g o o d c o n n e c t i o n w i t h t h e t h e r m o s t a t w i r e s l a b e l e d 5 a n d 6 o n h o n e s t c o n n e c t o r . O n l y t a k e r e f e r e n c e t o t h e d r i v e m o t o r h o n e s t c o n n e c t o r , n o t t h e d r i v e m o t o r w i r e s t h e y m a y n o t c o i n c i d e w i t h e a c h o t h e r . C 3 _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e D r i v e M o t o r N o t e : V e r i f y t h e p r o b e s o f t h e m u l t i m e t e r a r e m a k i n g a g o o d c o n n e c t i o n w i t h t h e t h e r m o s t a t w i r e s l a b e l e d 5 a n d 6 a n d P h a s e w i r e s l a b e l e d 1 , 2 , a n d 3 o n h o n e s t c o n n e c t o r . O n l y t a k e r e f e r e n c e t o t h e d r i v e m o t o r h o n e s t c o n n e c t o r , n o t t h e d r i v e m o t o r w i r e s t h e y m a y n o t c o i n c i d e w i t h e a c h o t h e r . C 4 _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e M C B S t a r t R e c y c l e t h e t r e a d A C p o w e r b y t u r n i n g i t o f f a n d b a c k o n R u n T M b e l t b y p r e s s i n g q u i c k s t a r t k e y D o e s t h e r u n n i n g b e l t h a v e m o v e m e n t ? D i d t h e T M e r r o r o u t w i t h a 4 0 0 0 D F R c o d e ? Y e s N o Y e s N o D o e s t h e c i r c u i t m e a s u r e m e n t r e a d c l o s e d ? Y e s C 2 N o M e a s u r e c o n t i n u i t y o n t h e r m o s t a t a n d p h a s e w i r e o n d r i v e m o t o r P l u g o n e p r o b e i n t o a n y t h e r m o s t a t w i r e ( 5 o r 6 ) a n d t h e o t h e r p r o b e i n t o a n y o f t h e p h a s e w i r e s ( 1 , 2 o r 3 ) D o e s t h e c i r c u i t m e a s u r e m e n t r e a d o p e n ? Y e s C 3 N o D i d t h e r e l a y s w i t c h o n M C B a c t i v a t e ? Y e s M e a s u r e c o n t i n u i t y o n d r i v e m o t o r t h e r m o s t a t w i r e s ( p i n 5 a n d 6 ) V e r i f y t h e d r i v e m o t o r , s e n s o r , a n d d i s p l a y c a b l e w i r e s a r e n o t d a m a g e d a n d m a k i n g a g o o d c o n n e c t i o n w i t h M C B . C 1 C 4 E n d D F R C o d e = 4 0 0 0 O v e r T e m p o n M o t o r o r D r i v e / 1 5 B l i n k P o s s i b l e C a u s e s : ( 1 ) O p e n t h e r m o s t a t w i r e s o n d r i v e m o t o r . ( 2 ) D r i v e m o t o r o v e r h e a t i n g . ( 3 ) F a u l t y M C B . D F R C O D E F L O W C H A R T : D E F I N I T I O N S / M C B L E D B l i n k s D F R F l o w c h a r t F o r # : 4 0 0 0

76. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B S o l u t i o n : _ _ D 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e S p e e d S e n s o r _ _ D 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ C o n n e c t s e n s o r w i r e a n d r e t e s t N o t e : M a k e s u r e t h e r e ’ s n o o b j e c t s o r m o v e a b l e p a r t s t h a t m a y c a u s e d a m a g e t o t h e w i r e . _ _ D 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ C l e a n b e t w e e n s p e e d s e n s o r a n d d i s k t o m a k e s u r e t h e r e i s n o t h i n g o b s t r u c t i n g t h e s i g n a l . A l s o m a k e s u r e t h e g a p i s a p p r o x i m a t e l y 1 6 t h o f a n i n c h d i f f e r e n c e . _ _ D 4 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ G o b a c k t o l a s t e r r o r l i s t a n d l o o k f o r o t h e r D F R c o d e s d i f f e r e n t t h a n 1 0 0 0 N o t e : P o s s i b l e t h e r e i s a n o t h e r D F R i n t h e s y s t e m d u e t o s e n s o r f a i l u r e w i l l n o t c a u s e t h e u n i t n o t t o r u n i n t e s t m o d e . _ _ D 5 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e S p e e d S e n s o r a n d i f u n i t s t i l l f a i l s r e p l a c e M C B _ _ D 6 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ U n i t i s o p e r a b l e a n d c a n b e u s e d a g a i n S t a r t T u r n t h e t r e a d A C p o w e r o f f . C h e c k s p e e d s e n o r f o r d a m a g e d o r d i s c o n n e c t e d w i r e D o t h e w i r e a p p e a r t o b e i n g o o d c o n d i t i o n ? W a s t h e W i r e m a k i n g a g o o d c o n n e c t i o n w i t h t h e M C B ? Y e s D 1 N o D 2 N o Y e s D 3 N o W a s t h e r e c l e a r a n c e a n d p r o p e r g a p i n g b e t w e e n t h e s e n s o r a n d d i s k ? Y e s E n g a g e m o t o r t e s t m o d e I n c r e a s e P W M t o 1 0 0 C h e c k f o r d i r t b u i l d u p b e t w e e n t h e s e n s o r a n d d i s k a n d p r o p e r g a p i n g . W a s t h e r e a n y b e l t m o v e m e n t ? W a s t h e r e a s e n s o r r e a d i n g i n m o t o r t e s t m o d e Y e s D 4 D 1 N o N o C a l i b r a t e r u n n i n g b e l t a n d r e t e s t t h e u n i t i n r e g u l a r u s e r s m o d e Y e s D o e s t h e 1 0 0 0 D F R c o d e r e - o c c u r ? D 6 D 5 Y e s N o E n d D F R C o d e = 1 0 0 0 F a u l t y S p e e d S e n s o r / 1 3 B l i n k s P o s s i b l e C a u s e s : ( 1 ) S e n s o r d i s c o n n e c t e d . ( 2 ) F a u l t y s p e e d s e n s o r . ( 3 ) F a u l t y M C B . D F R C O D E F L O W C H A R T : D E F I N I T I O N S / M C B L E D B l i n k s D F R F l o w c h a r t F o r # : 1 0 0 0

22. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Maintenance Mode LED Console: To enter Maintenance Mode, p ress the 0, 2, and OK keys all together at once. A beep will sound and the console will say Maintenance Mode. Use the Elevation up/down keys to change between Maintenance Mode options. Use the Speed up/down keys to edit the options. Use the OK button to enter, or save.

17. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Drive System The drive system is what makes the treadmill running belt move as well as sends feedback to the display for keeping track of speed. There two sub systems:  Drive Power  Feedback Drive Power Drive power is the VAC going to the drive motor to make it turn. Components:  Display Electronics  Data Cable  MCB  Drive Motor Feedback Feedback is what the display uses to make sure the speed is what the user comma nded. Components:  RPM Sensor  MCB  Data Cable  Display Electronics

20. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Eleva tion System The elevation system controls the incline of the treadmill. There two sub systems:  Elevation Motor  Elevation Sensor Elevation Motor The elevation motor is the muscle that makes the incline go up and down once it has received signals from the display. Components:  Display Electronics  Data Cable  MCB  Elevation Motor Elevation Sensor The elevation sensor is also known as the elevation pot entiometer and is a part of the elevation motor. It provides incline location feedback to the treadmill console . Components:  Elevation Motor  MCB  Data Cable  Display Electronics

52. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 4. From the back of the display, connect the g rounding wire to the frame using a washer & phillips head screw. 5. Disconnect 6 screws that connect the console to the machine chassis. 6. Prepare new display for mounting.

28. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 17. Replace tail roller through the belt and mount to the chassis of the machine with the two bolts. Tension bolts equally, as they are responsible for overall belt tension as well as tracking. 18. Ensure proper tracking and re - tension belt using stomp test. A djustments: The running belt and its headroller, drive bel t, tailroller, and running deck are designed to be self - centering, slip - free, and smooth - oper ating without the need for frequent adjustments. Running belt sideward movement, slipping, or grinding after extended use, or t hump ing during initial use, may be c orrected by the following procedures: Belt T racking : If the running belt is not centered on the tailroller and is either too far left or right, a djust tracking using the follow ing steps: 1. Turn the treadmill on. Increase treadmill speed to 3.0 mph (5.0 kph). 2. Adjust tracking by turning the left Allen screws (located at the back sides of the tailroller) with a 1/4" Allen wrench in 1/4 - turn increments. If the running belt is tracking to the left, turn the screws clock - wise in 1/4 turn increments. If the runnin g belt is tracking to the right, turn the left screw counter - clockwise in 1/4 turn increments. 3. NOTE: ONLY USE THE LEFT SCREW FOR TRACKING ADJUSTMENT. 4. After the running belt appears to be tracking properly, increase the treadmill speed to 10.0 mph (16.0 kph ) and verify that the belt stays centered. Stomp Test - Slipping - Running Belt: Remove the motor shroud and operate the treadmill slowly at 1 to 2 mph (2 to 3 kph). While observing the headroller, walk on the belt and try to slow it down by gently applyi ng pressure with your feet while holding the handrails. If only the run ning belt, and not the headroller, slows down, tighten the running belt by turning both the righ t and left tailroller adjustment bolts clock wise 1/4 - turn. Repeat this adjustment until the running belt no longer slips; ensuring that you turn both tailroller bolts an equal number of turns. Re - install the motor shroud. If the headroller and the running belt both slow down, tighten the drive belt.

27. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 13. Replace head roller through the belt and mount into the chassis of the machine. Ensure drive belt is on the head roller before mounting it. 14. Walk drive belt onto head roller and tail roller pulleys. 15. Tension idler t - pin handle. 16. Replace head roller finger guard onto the chassis of the machine.

15. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Heart Rate The users have 2 types of heart rate to use, contact or Polar. Contact heart rate is used by grabbing onto to the metal contacts on the hot/warm bar. Polar is a wireless system that requires the user to wear the Polar chest strap. Components:  Display Electronics  Contact Heart Rate Board  Contact Heart Rate Cables  Contact Heart Rate Grips  Polar Receiver Hot /Warm Bar The Hot/Warm bar is the bar that is right in front of the user that has multiple functions and components. Warm Bar Components:  Stop Button  Emergency Stop (lanyard)  Contact Hear Rate Grips Hot Bar Components:  Stop Button  Emergency Stop (lanyard)  Contact Heart Rate Grips  Speed Control  Elevation Control  Headphone jack (for units with entertainment)

19. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Belt & Deck System The belt and deck system is the main function of the treadmill. There two sub systems:  Rollers  Belt and Deck Rollers The rollers are used to make the belt rotate. It also applies tension and tracking for the belt. Components:  Drive Belt  Headroller  Tailroller Belt and Deck Belt and deck are two of the wear items in the system. The user runs on the belt and deck. Components:  Running belt  Deck 1. The drive belt connects the drive motor to the headroller . 2. The tailroller is used for tensioning and tracking of the running belt . 3. The running belt goes around the two rollers and the deck . The deck is the hard surface that the running belt slides on.

51. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: LED Display Procedure: 1. Using a phillips head screwdriver d isconnect upper and lower rear covers from the console. 2. Disconnect the I/O Ribbon cable and the DC Power Cable. 3. Remove all the applicable electrical connections from the back of display electronics board.

54. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 11. Connect the I/O ribbon cable (e) to the display board and ensure it is seated fully. 12. Reconnect new console to the machine chassis. 13. Ensure ground wire is reattached. 14. Replace rear console covers. Turn machine on and run Heart Rate and Keypad Test procedures in Maintenance Mode.

58. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 9. Reconnect the keypad overlay and Display Electronics to the console housing. Note: ensure to align tabs at base of keypad to the corresponding holes in the console housing. 10. Reconnect wires back onto the Display Electronics. 11. Remount console onto chassis.

74. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B T u r n t h e t r e a d A C p o w e r o f f . M e a s u r e o h m s b e t w e e n T M g r o u n d a n d d r i v e m o t o r b r a c k e t . M e a s u r e m e n t s h o u l d r e a d a p p r o x i m a t e l y 1 9 m e g a o h m s . D i d t h e m e a s u r e m e n t r e a d a n o p e n c i r c u i t ? Y e s S t a r t M a k e s u r e m u l t i m e t e r o h m s e t t i n g i s g r e a t e r t h a n 2 0 M e g a o h m s . M e a s u r e o h m s d i r e c t l y o n b l e e d e r r e s i s t o r . D o e s t h e C i r c u i t m e a s u r e m e n t r e a d o p e n ? B 1 Y e s M e a s u r e c o n t i n u i t y b e t w e e n T M g r o u n d a n d d r i v e m o t o r s e n s o r b r a c k e t s c r e w . N o N o M e a s u r e o h m s o n b r a k e r e s i s t o r D o e s t h e C i r c u i t m e a s u r e m e n t r e a d c l o s e d ? Y e s B 2 N o D i s c o n n e c t b r a k e r e s i s t o r w i r e s f r o m M C B M a k e s u r e m u l t i m e t e r o h m s e t t i n g i s g r e a t e r t h a n 1 K o h m s . D o e s t h e C i r c u i t m e a s u r e m e n t r e a d o p e n ? M e a s u r e m e n t s h o u l d r e a d a p p r o x i m a t e l y 1 9 m e g a o h m s . B 3 Y e s F i r s t a d d i t i o n o f A C d r i v e m o t o r s y s t e m h a d a f l o a t i n g m o t o r b r a c k e t D o e s t h i s u n i t h a v e t h e o l d s t y l e m o t o r b r a c k e t ? N o A r e t h e s p a c e r s m o u n t e d p r o p e r l y i n t o t h e b r a c k e t ? Y e s B 4 N o B 5 Y e s B 4 N o S o l u t i o n : B 1 _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e B l e e d e r R e s i s t o r B 2 _ _ _ _ I s o l a t e d r i v e m o t o r f r o m g r o u n d . N o t e : C h e c k m o t o r b r a c k e t g a s k e t s , s e n s o r b r a c k e t g a s k e t , o r a n y t h i n g e l s e r e l a t e d t h a t i s c a u s i n g t h e d r i v e m o t o r t o h a v e c o n t i n u i t y w i t h g r o u n d . B 3 _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e b r a k e r e s i s t o r B 4 _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e M C B B 5 _ _ _ _ I s o l a t e b r a c k e t b o l t s f o r t h e m o t o r b r a c k e t . N o t e : R e a t t a c h s p a c e r s t h r o u g h t h e m o t o r b r a c k e t a n d r e - t i g h t e n n u t s . E n d D F R C o d e = 1 0 0 0 0 B r a k e G a t e D r i v e F a u l t / 1 7 B l i n k P o s s i b l e C a u s e s : ( 1 ) F a u l t y M C B . ( 2 ) B a d o r m i s s i n g b l e e d e r r e s i s t e r . ( 3 ) D r i v e m o t o r n o t i s o l a t e d . D F R C o d e = 1 0 0 0 0 0 O u t p u t P e a k O v e r C u r r e n t / 2 1 B l i n k P o s s i b l e C a u s e s : ( 1 ) B a d o r m i s s i n g b l e e d e r r e s i s t e r . ( 2 ) B a d b r a k e r e s i s t e r . ( 3 ) D r i v e m o t o r n o t i s o l a t e d . D F R C o d e = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 D C L i n k B u s O v e r V o l t a g e / 2 5 B l i n k s P o s s i b l e C a u s e s : ( 1 ) F a u l t y M C B . ( 2 ) B a d o r m i s s i n g b l e e d e r r e s i s t e r . ( 3 ) D r i v e m o t o r n o t i s o l a t e d . D F R C O D E F L O W C H A R T : D E F I N I T I O N S / M C B L E D B l i n k s D F R F l o w c h a r t F o r # : 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 , 1 0 0 0 0 0 , a n d 1 0 0 0 0

49. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 14. Verify potentiometer reading is 9.4 – 9.6 Ohms, blue and orange wire of elevation MCB connector, when the treadmill is at zero elevation. 15. Plug unit in, power on and perform an elevation / incline calibration in the Maintenance Mode of the console . 16. Re - zip tie elevation motor wiring to machine chassis and reconnect shrouds.

40. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 5. R emove the RPM sensor assembly and the RPM disc from the motor. Set aside for use on the replacement motor. 6. Pull and turn the T - pin idler pulley to remove tension on the drive belt. Caution : pinch points. 7. Using a long phillips head screwdriver remove the 4 screws that hold the head roller finger guard in place.

53. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 7. Identify all the applicable electrical connections to the back of display electronics board. 8. Connect the E - Stop cable (g) to the J25 connector and connect the rail stop cable (f) to the J5 connector on the display board. 9. Connect the Hot Bar cable (i) to the display board. 10. Connect the Contact Heart Rate cable (c) to the display board.

77. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B S o l u t i o n : _ _ E 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ C l e a n t h e u n d e r n e a t h s i d e o f t h e r u n n i n g b e l t a n d r e - t e s t N o t e : I f t h e p r o b l e m c o n t i n u e s r e p l a c e t h e r u n n i n g b e l t . _ _ E 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e M C B N o t e : M a k e s u r e t h e r e ’ s n o o b j e c t s o r m o v e a b l e p a r t s t h a t m a y c a u s e d a m a g e t o t h e w i r e . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ S o l u t i o n : _ _ F 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e M C B N o t e : I f A C L E D i s o n a n d g e t t h i s e r r o r , r e p l a c e t h e M C B . _ _ F 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e c o n n e c t d i s p l a y c a b l e a n d r e - t e s t N o t e : I f A C L E D i s n o t o n c h e c k t h e I / O i n t e r f a c e c a b l e a n d c o n n e c t i o n . A s p e e d c o m m a n d w i t h t h e r e l a y o f f w i l l c a u s e t h i s e r r o r . _ _ F 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e I / O I n t e r f a c e c a b l e ( D i s p l a y c a b l e ) _ _ F 4 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e I / O I n t e r f a c e c a b l e ( D i s p l a y c a b l e ) a n d i f t h e e r r o r s t i l l o c c u r s r e p l a c e t h e M C B S t a r t R e c y c l e t h e t r e a d A C p o w e r b y t u r n i n g i t o f f a n d b a c k o n E n g a g e m o t o r t e s t m o d e I n c l i n e t h e u n i t t o m a x e l e v a t i o n S t a n d a t t h e h i g h e s t p o i n t o f t h e i n c l i n e a n d p u s h b o d y w e i g h t b a c k D o e s t h e r u n n i n g b e l t s l i d e s m o o t h l y a c r o s s d e c k ? Y e s N o E 1 D e c l i n e u n i t b a c k t o z e r o p e r c e n t i n t e s t m o d e . I n c r e a s e t h e s p e e d t o 2 M P H a n d a t t e m p t t o p u s h t h e b e l t b a c k f a s t e r t h a t t h e c o m m a n d e d s p e e d . D o e s t h e r u n n i n g b e l t h o l d s t r o n g t o i t ’ s c o m m a n d e d s p e e d ? E 1 E 2 N o S t a r t R e c y c l e t h e t r e a d A C p o w e r b y t u r n i n g i t o f f a n d b a c k o n C h e c k A C L E D o n M C B t o s e e i f i t ’ s l i t . D o e s t h e A C L E D o f f ? F 1 Y e s N o C h e c k I / O c a b l e ( d i s p l a y c a b l e ) a t t h e d i s p l a y a n d M C B f o r b a d c o n n e c t i o n W a s t h e I / O c a b l e ( d i s p l a y c a b l e ) m a k i n g a g o o d c o n n e c t i o n ? F 2 N o C h e c k I / O c a b l e ( d i s p l a y c a b l e ) p i n c h e d o r d a m a g e d w i r e s Y e s W a s t h e I / O c a b l e ( d i s p l a y c a b l e ) p i n c h e d o r d a m a g d ? F 3 F 4 N o Y e s E n d E n d D F R C o d e = 8 0 0 P h a s e O v e r C u r r e n t / 1 2 B l i n k s P o s s i b l e C a u s e s : ( 1 ) W o r n r u n n i n g b e l t . ( 2 ) D i r t y r u n n i n g b e l t ( 3 ) F a u l t y M C B . D F R C o d e = 4 0 0 I l l e g a l S p e e d C o m m a n d / 1 1 B l i n k s P o s s i b l e C a u s e s : ( 1 ) P i n c h e d o r d a m a g e d d i s p l a y c a b l e . ( 2 ) B a d w i r e c o n n e c t i o n t o d r i v e s y s t e m ( 3 ) F a u l t y M C B . D F R C O D E F L O W C H A R T : D E F I N I T I O N S / M C B L E D B l i n k s D F R F l o w c h a r t F o r # : 8 0 0 , a n d 4 0 0

30. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: Deck Cushion Procedure: 1. Remove running belt, deck, and rollers. 2. Remove old deck cushioning rubber. Use a putty knife or scraping tool to remove all ad hesive residues from chassis. 3. After removing all the adhesive, use180 grit sandpaper to remove the remaining remnants and to rough up the surface. Note: Clean this area after preparations are complete. 4. Apply epoxy in a zig zag pattern to cleaned metal surface.

39. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: Drive Motor Procedure: 1. Remove the top motor shroud and front bumper. 2. Turn unit off, unplug power cord from the wall, and wait until AC LED on the MCB has gone out. 3. Disconnect speed sensor and remove zip ties holding it to the MCB . 4. Disconnect motor wire harness connector from the MCB.

80. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B D F R C o d e = 2 0 0 0 H e a t S i n k O v e r T e m p / 1 4 B l i n k s D F R C o d e = 1 0 0 C r i t i c a l D C L i n k B u s O v e r V o l t a g e ( M A X _ V D C 2 ) / 9 B l i n k s D F R C o d e = 8 0 D C L i n k B u s O v e r V o l t a g e ( M A X _ V D C 1 ) / 8 B l i n k s D F R C o d e = 8 P h a s e A C u r r e n t S e n s o r / 4 B l i n k s D F R C o d e = 4 P h a s e A C u r r e n t S e n s o r / 3 B l i n k s D F R C o d e = 2 1 . 6 5 V d c R e f . S t a t u s / 2 B l i n k D F R C o d e = 1 2 . 5 V d c R e f . S t a t u s / 1 B l i n k D F R C o d e = 8 0 0 0 0 0 P h a s e C H i g h ( G a t e D r i v e F a u l t ) / 2 4 B l i n k D F R C o d e = 4 0 0 0 0 0 P h a s e B H i g h ( G a t e D r i v e F a u l t ) / 2 3 B l i n k D F R C o d e = 2 0 0 0 0 0 P h a s e A H i g h ( G a t e D r i v e F a u l t ) / 2 2 B l i n k D F R C o d e = 8 0 0 0 0 P h a s e C L o w ( G a t e D r i v e F a u l t ) / 2 0 B l i n k D F R C o d e = 4 0 0 0 0 P h a s e B L o w ( G a t e D r i v e F a u l t ) / 1 9 B l i n k D F R C o d e = 2 0 0 0 0 P h a s e A L o w ( G a t e D r i v e F a u l t ) / 1 8 B l i n k _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ P o s s i b l e C a u s e s : ( 1 ) F a u l t y M C B . S o l u t i o n : _ _ I 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ R e p l a c e M C B _ _ I 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ V e r i f y t h e d r i v e m o t o r , s e n s o r , a n d d i s p l a y c a b l e w i r e s a r e n o t d a m a g e d a n d m a k i n g a g o o d c o n n e c t i o n w i t h M C B , a n d r e - t e s t . N o t e : I f a l l d r i v e s y s t e m w i r e s a r e m a k i n g a g o o d c o n n e c t i o n r e p l a c e M C B . _ _ I 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I f d i f f e r e n t D F R e r r o r c o m e u p r e f e r b a c k t o t h e D F R f l o w c h a r t o f t h e e r r o r t h a t ’ s c o m i n g u p . S t a r t R e c y c l e t h e t r e a d A C p o w e r b y t u r n i n g i t o f f a n d b a c k o n A r e l a y s w i t c h s h o u l d c l i c k o n t h e M C B D o e s t h e r e l a y s w i t c h c l i c k o n t h e M C B ? I 1 I 2 Y e s N o E n d D i d t h e d i s p l a y b e e p w i t h o u t t h e r e l a y s w i t c h a c t i v a t i n g ? Y e s V e r i f y t h e d r i v e m o t o r , s e n s o r , a n d d i s p l a y c a b l e w i r e s a r e n o t d a m a g e d a n d m a k i n g a g o o d c o n n e c t i o n w i t h M C B , a n d r e - t e s t . Y e s I 1 D o e s t h e u n i t e r r o r o u t w i t h t h e s a m e D F R c o d e ? Y e s I 3 N o D F R C O D E F L O W C H A R T : D E F I N I T I O N S / M C B L E D B l i n k s D F R F l o w c h a r t F o r # : 2 0 0 0 , 1 0 0 , 8 0 , 8 , 4 , 2 , 1 , 8 0 0 0 0 0 , 4 0 0 0 0 0 , 2 0 0 0 0 0 , 4 0 0 0 0 , a n d 2 0 0 0 0

56. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: LED Console Keypad / Display Electronics Procedure: 1. Remove console from chassis . 2. Disconnect 3 screws that connect the overlay to the plastic console housing. 3. Remove 5 sheet metal screws that hold the Display Electronics onto the metal brace of the console housing. 4. Disconnect fan keypad, personal cooling fan wire harnesses, CSAFE, and hot bar connections to the Display Electronics.

12. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Treadmill Systems Power System The power system supplies AC and DC voltage to different components of the treadmill. There are two parts of the power system, external power and internal power. There are two sub - systems:  External  Internal External The external power is anything outside of the treadmill that supplies power. Components:  Breaker Box  Wall Breaker  Power Lines  Dedicated/isolated lines  Neutral Line  Hot Line  Ground Line  Receptacle Internal Power The internal power is the components of the treadmill that are involved with power distribution. Components:  Power Cord  On/Off Switch  Onboard Circuit Breaker  EMI Filter  MCB  Power Supply  Data Cable  Display Electronics

34. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: EMI Filter Procedure: 1. Turn unit off, unplug power cord from the wall, and wait until AC LED on the MCB has gone out. 1. Disconnect red and blue leads going from the power switch/breaker into the EMI filter and the red and blue leads from the EMI filter out to the MCB connector. 2. Disconnect the ground wire that connects the EMI filter to the machine chassis 3. Using a phillips head screwdriver, loosen the two screws and disconnect the EMI filter from the machine chassis. 4. Reverse Steps 1 – 3 for installation of replacement EMI Filter.

23. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Embedded Console: To enter the Service Menu, p ress the Vol + , Ch+ , and 3 keys all together at once. Press the option on the touchscreen, or press the number option you want to select on the keypad. The embedded console password is 218 . Use the Elevation up/down keys to change between Maintenance Mode options. Use the Speed up/down keys to edit the options. Use the OK button to enter, or save.

25. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: Running Belt Procedure: 1. Remove the front and side bed covers from the machine. 2. Loosen and remove the two bolts that hold the tail roller onto the machine chassis. Remove the tail roller from between the belt and set to the side. 3. Pull and turn the T - pin idler pulley to remove tension on the drive belt. Caution pinch points. 4. Using a long phillips head screwdriver remove the 4 screws that hold the head roller finger guard in place. 5. Walk the drive belt off of the headroller pulley. Remove belt from small pulley on motor.

2. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Safety Information Tools Product Details  E - TRx  E - TR  S - TRc  S - TRx Power Requirements Product Placement Preventative Maintenance Systems  Power  Display  Drive  Belt & Deck  Elevation Maintenance Mode Part Replacement Procedures  Running Belt  Deck / Deck Cushions  Rollers  EMI Filter  Motor Control Board  Drive Motor  Elevation Motor  Console o LED o LED Keypad / Display Electronics o Embedded o CCB Troubleshooting

47. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 6. On the under - side of the machine, remove cotter pin, pin, and spacer that connect the motor to the lift bar of the machine. Caution: potential pinch points when the elevation frame weldment (lift bar) is removed from the elevation motor. 7. Disconnect elevation motor from chassis and retain plastic cover/grommet for use in the replacement. 8. Remove old elevation motor . T ake caution not to damage any of the wiring harnesses upon removal. 9. Install replacement elevation motor onto the chassis making sure the lift screw is all the way in (do this manually by turning).

36. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: MCB Procedure: 1. Turn unit off, unplug power cord from the wall, and wait until AC LED on the MCB has gone out. 2. Remove wiring connectors into MCB for Motor, Speed Sensor, I/O, 12v DC power, Elevation , Power , and Ground wire . 3. Remove 4 phillips head screws that mount the board to the chassis. 4. Reverse Steps 1 – 3 for ins tallation of replacement MCB.

31. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 5. Lay the cushion on the frame with the larger side on the bottom . 6. Align it and press down firmly on various areas of the deck cushion for 30 seconds . For best results, allow at least 15 minutes for the adhesive to cure before putting the deck back on the frame. 7. Reinstall the rollers, belt, and deck onto the frame. Tip: Use a wet towel to moisten the top of the rubber deck cushion before installing the deck. This stop the deck from sticking to the deck cushion when being installed.

44. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 18. Re - route the new motor power cable under and behind , or zip tied to the front (as shown) of the elevation motor and plug into MCB . 19. Reconnect dust cover / finger guard. 20. Turn machine on and perform a Speed / Motor Calibration in the Maintenance Mode of the console. 21. Replace all machine sh r ouds.

48. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 10. Align lift bar with pin with the elevation shaft connector and insert pin, spacer and connect. Don’t forget spacer. 11. With a helper, remove the jack, or 4x4 holding the unit up and r eturn unit to the ground . 12. Using a level ensure treadmill is level and adjust leveling feet as needed. Use as the base when running an elevation calibration. 13. Route Elevation motor wires away from the RPM disc of the Drive motor. Connect wiring harness to MCB connection and seat fully. Ensure ground wire from Elevation motor to machin e chassis is connected.

26. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 6. Loosen and remove the bolt that connects the head roller to the chassis of the machine. 7. Remove the head roller and drive belt from between the running belt and set to the side. 8. Loosen the deck retention rods at the 4 corners of the deck. 9. Remove belt and deck from chassis of machine. 10. Flip deck so that the unused side is face up. 11. Replace new belt. Ensure arrows on the Star Trac logo are oriented in the direction the belt will move. 12. Replace the belt and deck onto the chassis and fasten the 4 corner deck retention rods.

3. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Safety Information The following pages are intended to educate service technicians on the basic maintenance and service actions for the StarTrac treadmill. By following the enclosed instructions and m aintenance schedule, you wi ll extend the life of your equipment and help ensure i t will withstand hours of use in your home/facility. Before working on this equipment, pay attention to the following warnings:  Read and understand the c omplete O wner ' s Manual.  Keep Owner ' s Manual for f utur e r eference.  Read and understand all warnings on this machine. If at any time the W arning sticker s becom e loose , unreadabl e o r dislodged, contact Custome r Service for replacement stickers.  Keep children a way from this m achine. Monitor them closely when near the ma chine . Part s t ha t mov e an d appear dangerou s t o adult s ca n appea r saf e t o children.  Consult a physician before y ou start a n e xercise p rogram. Stop e xercising if you feel pain o r tightness i n y our chest, become short o f b reath, or feel faint. Contact y our doctor before y ou use the machine again. Use the values calculated or measured by th e machine ' s compute r fo r r eferenc e purpose s onl y .  Before each u se, e xamine this m achine for l oose parts or signs of wea r . Do no t us e i f foun d i n thi s condition . Pay special attention to the steps . Contac t C ustome r S ervic e fo r r epai r information.  Maximu m use r weight limit : 5 0 0 lbs . ( 227 kgs) . Do no t us e i f yo u are ove r thi s weight.  Do no t wear loos e clothin g o r jewelry . Thi s machin e contain s movin g parts.  Set u p an d operat e thi s machin e o n a solid , level , horizonta l surface.  Do no t ste p of f th e machin e unti l th e belt ha s full y stopped .  Do not operate this m achine outdoors o r i n m oist or wet l ocations.  Keep at least 20” on each s ide and 48” from the back o f the machine c lea r for easy egress/ingress . This i s the reco mmende d saf e distanc e f o r acces s an d passage around and emergency d ismounts from the machine. Keep third parties out o f thi s spac e w he n machin e i s i n use.  Do not over exert y ourself during e xercise. Operate the machine i n the man ne r describe d i n thi s manual.  Whe n th e machin e i s pu t i n a studi o o r clu b environment , i t ca n o nl y b e use d i n area s wher e acces s an d contro l o f t he machine i s m anaged by approved staff. The degree of management depends on t h e user ' s abilit y to r ecogniz e an d prevent dange r t o thir d partie s durin g t h e exercis e movement. To decrease risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons:  An appliance must not be left unattended when plugged in. Unplug from outlet when not in operation and before you put on or remove parts.  Close supervision is necessary when this appliance is used by or near children or disabled persons.  Use this appliance only for its intended use as described in this manual. D o not use attachments that are not recommended by the manufacturer.  Do not operate this appliance if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working correctly, if it has been dropped or damaged, or fallen into water. Return the appliance to a service center for examination and repair.  Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.  Do not drop or put any object into any opening.  Do not use outdoors.  To disconnect, turn all controls to the off position, then remove plug from outlet.

42. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 12. Place the replacement motor into the chassis of the machine; co nnect with 4 bolts, including bleeder wire. 13. Using a straight edge, align balance wheel with the head roller pulley, apply blue Loctite to the set screws, and tighten. 14. Walk drive belt back ont o motor pulley first an d then the head roller pulley. P ull T - pin idler handle to re - tension drive belt.

73. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Error Code - Check Speed Systems C H E C K S P E E D S Y S T E M / C H E C K M O T O R S Y S T E M ( A C M O T O R ) S t a r t P r e s s 0 , 2 , a n d s t a r t k e y s s i m u l t a n e o u s l y S c r e e n w i l l d i s p l a y “ M a i n t e n a n c e M o d e ” S c r e e n w i l l d i s p l a y “ P r e s s l i s t e r r o r t o v i e w l a s t e r r o r l i s t ” P r e s s “ I n c l i n e – o r + “ k e y u n t i l d i s p l a y r e a d s “ L a s t E r r o r L i s t ” P r e s s “ O K ” k e y P r e s s “ S p e e d – o r + “ k e y u n t i l d i s p l a y r e a d s “ L a s t D F R ( 5 ) x x x x x x x x ” D o e s D F R ( 5 ) r e g i s t e r a n y # g r e a t e r t h a t z e r o ? Y e s P r e s s “ 5 ” k e y D o e s t h e L a s t C o d e ( 5 ) r e a d C h e c k M O o r C h e c k S P ? N o Y e s D o e s t h e L a s t C o d e ( 4 ) r e a d C h e c k M O o r C h e c k S P ? N o P r e s s “ S p e e d – o r + “ k e y u n t i l d i s p l a y r e a d s “ L a s t D F R ( 4 ) x x x x x x x x ” Y e s P r e s s # 4 k e y D o e s D F R ( 4 ) r e g i s t e r a l l z e r o ? P r e s s # 3 k e y N o Y e s D o e s t h e L a s t C o d e ( 3 ) r e a d C h e c k M O o r C h e c k S P ? N o P r e s s “ S p e e d – o r + “ k e y u n t i l d i s p l a y r e a d s “ L a s t D F R ( 3 ) x x x x x x x x ” Y e s D o e s D F R ( 3 ) r e g i s t e r a n y # g r e a t e r t h a t z e r o ? Y e s P r e s s # 2 k e y N o N o D o e s t h e L a s t C o d e ( 2 ) r e a d C h e c k M O o r C h e c k S P ? P r e s s “ S p e e d – o r + “ k e y u n t i l d i s p l a y r e a d s “ L a s t D F R ( 2 ) x x x x x x x x ” Y e s D o e s D F R ( 2 ) r e g i s t e r a l l z e r o ? P r e s s # 1 k e y Y e s D o e s t h e L a s t C o d e ( 1 ) r e a d C h e c k M O o r C h e c k S P ? N o P r e s s “ S p e e d – o r + “ k e y u n t i l d i s p l a y r e a d s “ L a s t D F R ( 1 ) x x x x x x x x ” Y e s D o e s D F R ( 1 ) r e g i s t e r a n y # g r e a t e r t h a t z e r o ? C a l l f o r t e c h s u p p o r t Y e s N o N o R e f e r t o D F R # f l o w c h a r t R e f e r t o D F R # f l o w c h a r t R e f e r t o D F R # f l o w c h a r t R e f e r t o D F R # f l o w c h a r t R e f e r t o D F R # f l o w c h a r t R e f e r t o D F R # f l o w c h a r t

57. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 5. Remove the overlay and Display Electronics from the plastic console housing, making sure to unhook the 2 clips at the base of the keypad overlay. 6. Remove the keypad overlay from the Display Electronics by removing the 5 extension posts and screw. 7. Disconnect main keypad ribbon cable . 8. Fasten new keypad overlay to the Display Electronics with the 5 post extensions and screw .

43. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 15. Mount the RPM disc to the motor shaft using blue Loctite on the set screw s . Torque set screws and shaft bolt to 60 – 66 Lb - In. 16. Mount the RPM sensor assembly and ensure appropriate gaping (2mm) of speed sensor and RPM disc . Adjust as necessary to ensure proper gap. 17. Re - route the speed sensor wire along the back of the MCB and zip tie into place. P lug the cable harness into the corresponding MCB connector.

41. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B 8. Walk the drive belt off of the headroller pulley. Remove belt from small pulley on motor. 9. Loosen the 4 bolts that connect the motor to the chassis and remove the motor and bleeder wire . Lift motor up and take caution not to damage the bolt threads . Caution: the motor is heavy. Do not to damage any of the bolt threads, or wiring connections. Leave the spacer block in place on chas sis of machine. 10. Loosen the two set screws that connect the balance wheel to the motor. Using a rubber mallet, remove the balance wheel from the shaft. Remove the key from the motor shaft slot. 11. Mount the key into the keyway and the balance wheel onto the motor shaft. Leave set screws snug, but not tight. These will be adjusted to properly align the motor and head roller pulleys.

46. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: Elevation Motor Procedure: 1. If possible, before replacing the elevation motor, elevate treadmill. 2. Turn Power Off / Unplug from wall 3. Remove the shrouds (both top and front bumper shown in Step 1 ) . 4. Disconnect Elevation Motor wiring harness from MCB and remove ground wire from chassis. Cut any zip ties on the elevation motor, or elevation motor wire harness and remove it from any cable stays on the machine chassis. 5. With a partner, lift front end of machine and place a dumbbell, jack stand, or 12” – 18” 4x4 on metal plate of the machine chassis under power switch/power cable inlet. Or, if space allows, turn the treadmill on its user - left side.

10. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Product Placement Star Trac recommends that treadmills be spaced a minimum of 20.0 inches (0.5 m) apart to allow safe and easy ingress and egress. More importantly, there must be at least 48 inches (1.25 m) of free space behind the treadmill . The E - Series treadmill measures: 85” l by 36.0” w (215.9 x 91.5cm). See the following graph for proper equipment spacing requirements:

16. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Display System Power Flow 1. The user presses the keypad to select programs, speed, elevation etc. Those keystrokes are received by the display electronics which sends the necessary requests down the data cable to the MCB. 2. The watch dog is a part of the display electronics that monitors the systems of the treadmill and will shut down the system if there are any anomalies. 3. The user presses the fan keypad to turn the fans on/off or change the speeds. The display electronics receives the signals and sends the appropriate VDC to the fans. 4. The user grips the contact heart rate grips. A small amount of voltage is sent through the grips and wires to the contact heart rate board . The contact heart rate board calculates the Beats Per Minute (BPM) and sends this information to the display electronics. If the user is wearing a Polar chest strap, signals from the strap will be received by the Polar receiver . Those sig nals are sent to the display. The display will display the BPM of the user’s heart. 5. When the user presses the stop button , the circuit opens (confirm that) and the display electronics triggers the treadmill to: (a) pause on the first press, (b) end the p rogram on the second press and (c) give a ‘NO STOP’ code if the key is held for longer than 2 number of seconds. If the lanyard is pulled, the emergency stop circuit opens up and a signal is sent to the MCB to cut power to the drive circuit. The message “ EMERGENCY STOP, PRESS STOP TO RESET TREADMILL” will appear on the display electronics.

21. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Elevation System Power Flow 1. The user enters the desired elevation by pressing the elevation keys on the display . 2. The display sends a signal down to the MCB through the data cable . 3. The MCB will send the appropriate amount of AC voltage to the elevation motor to make the incline go up or down. The MCB also sends a constant 5 volts DC to the elevation potentiometer (pot) . 4. As the elevation motor turns, the elevation pot’s voltage changes. That voltage is sent back to the MCB. 5. The MCB sends to elevation pot voltage up the data cab le and to the display . 6. The display will calculate what the incline number is based on the voltage being received and the min/max values set for the incline to determine the current incline position.

45. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement: Elevation Motor Troubleshooting that must be done PRIOR to replacement 1. Check e levation settings on display are set within ranges listed below. 2. Check for elevation errors 3. Check elevation motor wires orange and blue to MCB with meter. 0% elevation reading should be 9.4 - 9.5 k ohms max elevation readings 500 - 600 k ohms. 4. Press up and dow n on incline check up /down LED s on MCB 5. Check for AC output to elevation motor whi le elevating up or down on display volt meter reading from 100v AC to 200v AC on RED and BLACK wires 6. E - series elevation motor check potentiometer in the elevation motor measure wires ohm reading should be range 9.4 - 9.5 k ohms at 0% ohm readings should ran ge from 500 – 600 ohms at max elevation 7. Check display cable for any damage Versions / Changes : 1. Last change was done in Dec. 2016. This change introduced 1. 0 5 Display software, for 8 - Series LCD displays, and 1.6 Translator Board software, for E and 8 - Seri es 15” Please note that this new version changed the elevation parameters as outlined below: Programming requirements after replacement : 2. Perform a n elevation / incline calibration OLD (pre V1.05) Calibration Values: Model Incline Range Min (zero elevation) Max (full elevation) E - TRx 0% - 20% 230 38 E - TR 0% - 15% 230 70 S - TRc 0% - 15% 23 5 - 230 67 – 75 S - TRx 0% - 15% 23 5 - 230 67 – 75 NEW (post V1.05) Calibration Values: Model Incline Range Min (zero elevation) Max (full elevation) E - TRx / 8 - TRx 0% - 20% 228 11 E - TR / 8 - TR 0% - 15% 228 55 Testing requirements after replacement : 3. Run program on unit .

59. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Part Replacement – Embedded Display Troubleshooting that must be done PRIOR to replacement 1. Confirm power from FCB or MCB ver2 12v DC to CPU 2. Confirm power from the CPU 12v DC to CCB input 3. Confirm Power from Translator to FITCPU 12v DC 4. Confirm all setting and Model setting are correct 5. Confirm TV channel scan 6. Confirm touch screen calibration 7. Confirm software Version 8. Confirm touch screen error code Version s / Changes : Dates Sold Software Details / Differences 1 st Generation 2008 - 2010 GUI 1.XX - 2.27 Either has no USB port for coaching stick or the coaching USB port is on the mother board. TV Tuner mounted to motherboard of CPU. 2 nd Generation 2010 - 2014 GUI 3.XX – 4.XX The coaching port is a cable that sticks out and the tuner card is mounting on the mother board (ref doc 637 - 1422). TV Tuner mounted to motherboard of CPU. 3 rd Generation 2014 - Present GUI 5.XX External USB TV T uner card mounted outside the CPU sheet metal . Programming requirements after replacement : 1. Perform Motor calibration 2. Perform elevation calibration 3. Perform touch screen calibration 4. Perform channel scan Testing requirements after replacement : 1. Verify all work out programs work 2. Verify that all channels are clear 3. Verify there is audio coming from the audio jack at the display housing 4. Verify that iPod men u/video will display on the screen 5. Verify touch screen response

18. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Drive System Power Flow 1. The user enters what speed they want the treadmill to go by pressing the speed keys or entering the desired speed on the number keypad . 2. The display electronics registers the requests and send information down to the MCB . 3. The MCB sends VAC to turn the drive motor . 4. The drive motor pulley is connected to the headroller .. 5. As the drive motor turns the RPM sensor signal is sent to the MCB . 6. The MCB sends the signal back to the display electronics . 7. The display electronics calculates that information to determine the speed of the drive motor . If the drive motor is running too fast/slow, the display will send signals to the MCB to adjust the v oltage going to the drive motor until the speed is correct.

13. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Power Flow Diagrams 1. AC power goes from the breaker box , through the circuit breaker and power lines to the power outlet. 2. AC power continues up through the power cord , through the onboard circuit breaker , on/off switch , and EMI filter to get to the MCB . 3. The MCB converts the power to 12.6 volt VDC to send up the display cable to power up the display electronics . 4. The MCB doubles the incoming voltage (110 volt systems only) and sends 220 VAC to the power the drive motor . The MCB also sends 6 VDC to power the RPM se nsor . 5. The MCB sends VAC to power the elevation motor . The power being sent will depend on the input voltage. 110 VAC treadmills have a 110 volt elevation motor . 220 VAC treadmills have a 220 VAC elevation motor . The MCB also sends 5 VDC to the elevation s ensor (potentiometer) . 6. The MCB passes along the input VAC to the power supply . The power supply then converts the input voltage to 12 VDC and sends it up to the display electronics to power the fans (PVS kit or embedded touch screen).

11. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Preventative Maintenance This s ection provides a list of fact ory recommended PM requirements. Long - term effects and cost comparisons usually favor following a regular preventative maintenance schedule over performing maintenance actions only when the system fails. Preventative Maintenance Cautions  While maintaining equipment you will want to avoid spraying any liquids directly onto any surface of the unit. Always spray cleaning solutions onto a clean towel first then wipe the unit.  While vacuuming the floor area using an upright vacuum, avoid getting the power cord caught in the beater - brush of the vacuum.  Disconnect the power cord from the wall before vacuuming under the shroud.  Use extreme caution while vacuuming around wires and/or ele ctrical components under the shroud.  Do not attempt to clean the running belt with a mop  Do not apply any cleaners, protectants or solutions onto the running belt (i.e. Armor All  , SlickStuff  , belt dressing, etc.) Maintenance Actions: Daily Weekly Month ly Yearly Wipe Down all Surfaces X Wipe Running belt with Dry Cloth X Elevate Unit and Vacuum underneath X Check Belt Tracking to assure belt stays centered X Check Condition of Power Cord X Inspect and Clean underside of running belt X Check drive belt tension X Check Running belt tension, adjusting if needed X Check all settings and Keypad Performance X Vacuum under shroud being careful around Electrical Assy X Unplug unit and check all power connections including speed sensor X Calibrate Elevation & Speed X Check Belt and Deck Condition and replace if wear found X

7. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B S - TRc  Pre - wired for E Series PVS entertainment system  User - friendly console and keypad feature a large service scrolling message window, user - specific workout programs, a dedicated heart rate display, Polar® telemetry and multiple cup and accessory holder  Soft Trac® triple cell cushioning system provides maximum shock absorption  5 HP AC Motor  Centered dual - adjustable personal fans create a more rewarding workout  20” belt  7” step - up height  User weight capacity 500 lbs. (227 kg) Overall Weight Running Surface Width Length Height 533 lbs (241.7 kg) 60 ̋ x 20 ̋ (152 x 51 cm) 32 ̋ (81.3 cm) 81 ̋ (206 cm) 58 ̋ (147.3 cm) Features and Specifications: STEP - UP HEIGHT: 7” (17.8 cm) FRAME: Custom powder - coated steel uniframe MOTOR DRIVE: 5 HP AC ELECTRICAL: 110 volt, dedicated NEMA 5 - 20 cord; 220 volt, dedicated NEMA 6 - 15 cord (optional) CERTIFICATION: UL/CSA, CE, FCC, or CISPR SUSPENSION: Soft Trac® triple cell neoprene rubber, Deck System: Reversible 1” (2.5 cm) composite fi berboard, waxing not required ROLLERS: 3” (7.6 cm) sealed bearings COLORS: Frame: Star Trac Silver, Shrouds: Slate Gray, Accents: Black INCLINE RANGE: 0 to 15% in 0.5% increments SPEED RANGE: 0.5 to 12.5mph (0.8 to 20 km/h) in 0.1 mph (0.1 km/h) increments HR MONITORING: Polar® Telemetry and Contact Heart Rate System DISPLAY: Intuitive, tactile response keypad with LED technology READOUTS: Large 8 - character message window; Dedicated: Time, distance, incline, speed, heart rate, 1/4 - mile motivational track, profile; Scrolling: calories, METs, course profile PROGRAMS: 12 programs including Dynamic Heart Rate Control®, Constant Heart Rate Contr ol, Quick Start, Burn Calories, Manual, Increase Endurance, Fitness Test (Modified Balke Ware), Firefighter Test (Modified Gerkin Protocol) STANDARD FEATURES: Personal cooling fans, wraparound Aero Bar, dedicated heart rate display, Entertainment Solutions Ready, Safety Lanyard ENTERTAINMENT: Pre - wired for S Series PVS entertainment system WARRANTY: Commercial warranty: 2 - year parts warranty, 1 - year labor warranty, 5 - year parts and labor warranty on the motor and motor control board; Light commercial settin g: 3 - year warranty on parts and labor, 5 - year parts and labor warranty on the motor and motor control board (USA and Canada only)** (Light Commercial warranty for all non - dues paying facilities 3 years parts/labor).

8. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B S - TRx  Pre - wired for E Series PVS entertainment system  User - friendly console and keypad feature a large service scrolling message window, user - specific workout programs, a dedicated heart rate display, Polar® telemetry and multiple cup and accessory holder  Soft Trac® triple cell cushionin g system provides maximum shock absorption  3 HP DC Motor  Centered dual - adjustable personal fans create a more rewarding workout  20” belt  7” step - up height  User weight capacity 500 lbs. (227 kg) Overall Weight Running Surface Width Length Height 514 lbs (233.2 kg) 60 ̋ x 20 ̋ (152 x 51 cm) 32 ̋ (81.3 cm) 81 ̋ (206 cm) 58 ̋ (147.3 cm) Features and Specifications: STEP - UP HEIGHT: 7” (17.8 cm) FRAME: Custom powder - coated steel uniframe MOTOR DRIVE: 3 HP DC ELECTRICAL: 110 volt, dedicated NEMA 5 - 20 cord; 220 volt, dedicated NEMA 6 - 15 cord (optional) CERTIFICATION: UL/CSA, CE, FCC, or CISPR SUSPENSION: Soft Trac® triple cell neoprene rubber, Deck System: Reversible 1” (2.5 cm) composite fiberboard, waxing not required RO LLERS: 3” (7.6 cm) sealed bearings COLORS: Frame: Star Trac Silver, Shrouds: Slate Gray, Accents: Black INCLINE RANGE: 0 to 15% in 0.5% increments SPEED RANGE: 0.5 to 12.5mph (0.8 to 20 km/h) in 0.1 mph (0.1 km/h) increments HR MONITORING: Polar® Telemetry and Contact Heart Rate System DISPLAY: Intuitive, tactile response keypad with LED technology READOUTS: Large 8 - character message window; Dedicated: Time, distance, incline, speed, heart rate, 1/4 - mile motivational track, profile; Scrolling: calories, METs, course profile PROGRAMS: 12 programs including Dynamic Heart Rate Control®, Constant Heart Rate Control, Quick Start, Burn Calories, Manual, Increase Endurance, Fitness Test (Modified Balke Ware), Firefighter Test (Modified Gerkin Protocol) STANDARD FEATURES: Personal cooling fans, wraparound Aero Bar, dedicated heart rate display, Entertainment Solutions Ready, Safety Lanyard ENTERTAINMENT: Pre - wired for S Series PVS entertainment system WARRANTY: Commercial warranty: 2 - year parts warranty, 1 - year la bor warranty, 5 - year parts and labor warranty on the motor and motor control board; Light commercial setting: 3 - year warranty on parts and labor, 5 - year parts and labor warranty on the motor and motor control board (USA and Canada only)** (Light Commercial warranty for all non - dues paying facilities 3 years parts/labor).

6. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B E - TR  Pre - wired for E Series PVS entertainment system  User - friendly console and keypad feature a large service scrolling message window, user - specific workout programs, a dedicated heart rate display, Polar® telemetry and multiple cup and accessory holder  Soft Trac® triple cell cushioning system provides maximum shock absorption  5 HP AC Motor  Centered dual - adjustable personal fans create a more rewarding workout  21.5” (54.6 cm) belt  9” (22.86 cm) step - up height  User weight capacity 500 lbs . (227 kg) Overall Weight Running Surface Width Length Height 575.5 lbs (261.04 kg) 60 ̋ x 21.5 ̋ (152 x 54.6 cm) 32 ̋ (81.3 cm) 81 ̋ (206 cm) 59.77 ̋ (151.81 cm) Features and Specifications: STEP - UP HEIGHT: 9” (22.86 cm) FRAME: Custom powder - coated steel uniframe MOTOR DRIVE: 5 HP AC ELECTRICAL: 110 volt, dedicated NEMA 5 - 20 cord; 220 volt, dedicated NEMA 6 - 15 cord (optional) CERTIFICATION: UL/CSA, CE, FCC, or CISPR SUSPENSION: Soft Trac® triple cell neopren e rubber, Deck System: Reversible 1” (2.5 cm) composite fiberboard, waxing not required ROLLERS: 3” (7.6 cm) sealed bearings COLORS: Frame: Star Trac Silver, Shrouds: Slate Gray, Accents: Black INCLINE RANGE: 0 to 15% in 0.5% increments SPEED RANGE: 0.5 to 12.5mph (0.8 to 20 km/h) in 0.1 mph (0.1 km/h) increments HR MONITORING: Polar® Telemetry and Contact Heart Rate System STEP - UP HEIGHT: 9” (22.86 cm) FRAME: Custom powder - coated steel uniframe MOTOR DRIVE: 5 HP AC ELECTRICAL: 110 volt, dedicated NEMA 5 - 20 cord; 220 volt, dedicated NEMA 6 - 15 cord (optional) CERTIFICATION: UL/CSA, CE, FCC, or CISPR SUSPENSION: Soft Trac® triple cell neoprene rubber, Deck System: Reversible 1” (2.5 cm) composite fiberboard, waxing not required RO LLERS: 3” (7.6 cm) sealed bearings COLORS: Frame: Star Trac Silver, Shrouds: Slate Gray, Accents: Black INCLINE RANGE: 0 to 15% in 0.5% increments SPEED RANGE: 0.5 to 12.5mph (0.8 to 20 km/h) in 0.1 mph (0.1 km/h) increments HR MONITORING: Polar® Telemetry and Contact Heart Rate System

5. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B E - TRx  15” embedded HD touch screen aligns user’s workout with their entry goals and expectations with sophisticated and intuitive programs and features  Integrated iPod® connectivity with music and video allows users to display personal content  Easily accessible Hot Bar® is located closer to the user with one - fi nger speed and elevation controls, integrated stop button and contact hear t rate grips  Star Trac Coach™ Over 1 million possible workouts ensure a different workout every time taking the ordinary treadmill experience to a new level of engagement never seen before  Soft Trac® triple cell cushioning system provides maximum shock abs orption  Centered dual - adjustable personal fans create a more rewarding workout  20% max incline  User weight capacity 500 lbs. (227 kg) Overall Weight Running Surface Width Length Height 477 lbs 216.4 kg) 60 ̋ x 21.5 ̋ (152 x 55 cm) 36 ̋ (91 cm) 85 ̋ (215 cm) 63 ̋ (160 cm) Features and Specifications: STEP - UP HEIGHT: 10” (25.5 cm) FRAME: Custom aluminum uniframe MOTOR DRIVE: 5 HP AC ELECTRICAL: 110 volt, dedicated NEMA 5 - 20 cord; 220 volt, dedicated NEMA 6 - 15 cord (optional)* CERTIFICATION: UL/CSA, CE, FCC, or CISPR SUSPENSION: Soft Trac® triple cell neoprene rubber, Deck System: Reversible 1” (2.5 cm) composite fiberboard, waxing not required ROLLERS: 3.5” (9 cm) sealed bearings COLORS: Frame: Star Trac Silver, Shrouds: Slate Gray, Accents: Black INCLINE RANGE: 0 to 20% in 0.5% increments SPEED RANGE: 0.5 to 15mph** (0.8 to 24 km/h**) in 0.1 mph (0.1 km/h) increments HR MONITORING: Polar® Telemetry and Contact Heart Rate System DISPLAY: 15” embedded touch screen with high definition TV and f our workout views, including Progress View, Track View, Heart Rate View, and Simple View READOUTS: Dedicated: Speed and incline, time elapsed, calories, calories/hour, pace (min/mile or km), distance, course profi le, heart rate, heart rate tracking, 1/4 - m ile motivational track, laps completed PROGRAMS: 18 workouts including Dynamic Heart Rate Control®, Constant Heart Control, Fitness Test (Modified Balke Ware), Firefighter Test (Modifi ed Gerkin Protocol), ARMY Protocol, USMC Protocol, USAF Protocol, NAVY Protocol, three custom workouts and Star Trac Coach™. STANDARD FEATURES: Standard Features: Hot Bar controls, personal entertainment system, personal cooling fans, wrap - around Aero Bar, dedicated heart rate display, safety lockout control, FitLinxx® certif i ed ENTERTAINMENT: E Series touch screen entertainment system which includes 15” high defi nition LCD with touch screen technology, NTSC/ATSC/QAM digital tuner or PAL/SECAM tuner, integrated iPod® connector, USB power port, coaxial cable connector at base W ARRANTY: Motor & MCB – 5 - year parts and labor; Other parts – 2 - year parts, 1 - year labor; Wear items – 1 - year parts and labor; Headphone jack, iPod connector, and USB port – 90 day parts, no labor (USA and Canada only)** (Light Commercial warranty for all non - du es paying facilities 3 years parts/labor)

4. Last updated 03/06/2017 637 - 4504 Rev. B Tools Qty. Name Model Manufacturer Specifications 1 Multi - meter Various Digital, Continuity 1 Socket Set, SAE Various 1/4" - 5/8" 1 socket Set, Metric Various 4mm - 21mm 1 Socket driver Various 1 Open end wrenches, SAE Various 1/4" - 3/4" 1 Open end wrenches, Metric Various 4mm - 17mm 1 Hex Bit Socket Set, SAE Various 5/64 - 3/8 1 Hex Bit Socket Set, Metric Various 4mm - 14mm 1 Torque Wrench Various 1 Torque Wrench Various 1+ Screwdriver Set, Phillips Various 1+ Screwdriver Set, Flat Various 1 Tape Measure Various 1 Cold Chisel Set Various 1 Ball Pin Hammer Various 10 oz 1 Bearing Puller Various 3 - arm 1+ Rubber Mallet Various 1 iPod Apple Video 1 TV Channel Modulator Various Ch.3/4 Output 1 Headphone Standard Various Standard 3.5mm 1 Apple Composite AV Cable Apple 1+ Compression F Connector Wrench LCCT - SS59/11 DIGICON 25+ Compression F Connectors DIGICON DS6 DIGICON 1+ Cable Stripper VH596 RCA 1+ Cable Torque Wrench TW207 - AH Ripley 2 Coax Seal #104 Coax - Seal 2 FISP - JTAG Programmer JTAG 4D Electronics Ltd. www.4d - electronics.co.nz 1 USB - Flash Drive Various 1 GB 1+ Stretch - wrap Cutter 400021 Highlight 1+ Furniture Dolly Various Rubber top 4 Motorcycle straps, adjustable Various 1+ 15 amp to 20 amp plug, adapter Various 1 Loctite 680 Various 50 zip ties 4” 50 zip ties 8”

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