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1. S ERVICE & MAINTENANCE MANUAL R EV . 2. 3

96. 0SM00323AA - UK

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34. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.2 7.2. DISASSEMBLIG THE CAB LE: OMEGA To correctly carry out the procedure s detailed below , please take care of the following picture to identify the LEFT and the RIGHT side , of the machine .

97. TECHNOGYM S.p.A. Via G. Perticari, 20 47035 Gambettola (FC) ITALIA Tel.: +39 - 0547 - 6506 38 Fax: +39 - 0547 - 65015 0 e - mail: [email protected]nogym .com

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3. The information contained in this manual is intended for QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS who have completed a specific TECHNOGYM training course and are authorized to perform machine start - up and adjustment proc edures as well as extraordinary maintenance or repairs which require a thorough knowledge of the machine, its operation, its safety devices and working procedures. CAREFULLY READ THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE PERFORMING ANY MAINT ENANCE PROCEDURES ON THE EQUIPMENT DANGEROUS VOLTAGES PRESENT EVEN WHEN THE MACHINE IS TURNED OFF NOTE : The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Technogym does not guarantee this documentation in any w ay. Technogym shall not be held responsible for any errors contained in this manual and declines all liability for accidents or damages resulting from the supply, characteristics or use of this manual. This document contains proprietary information that i s protected by copyright. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be photocopied, reproduced or translated into another language without the prior written consent of Technogym. The Technogym ® trademark is property of Technogym S.p.A. The Kinesis ™ trademark is property of Technogym S.p.A.

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72. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8.14 • Portuguese: set “pt - PT” • Spanish: set “es - ES” • German: set “de - DE”

39. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.7 7.2.4. W EIGHT STACK CABLE RE ASSEMBLY With reference to the scheme at the beginning of this chapter, the following steps are referring to the LEFT side of the equipment. Carry out them on the RIGHT side of the equipment , considering it’s perfectly symmetrical. Figura 7.2 - 8 Continued on following page→

26. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 4.4 DELTA Cable code Length (mm) 0R000104A C 12461

25. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 4 .3 GAMMA Cable code Length (mm) 0R000102AA 7741

37. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.5 Figure 7.2 - 5 5. Lower the spring group pulley down, 800mm far from the frame board plate (see figure at side). 6. Fix the cable to the frame making a double turn and using the ca ble - clamp, as shown in figure.

58. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.26 Figure 7.9 - 3 3. Back off the grub screw (c) using a 3mm hexagonal wrench. 4. Remove the foot (d) .

24. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 4.2 BETA Cable code Length (mm ) 0R000103AA 11961

8. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 1.2 1.3. GENERAL RULES FOR RE PAIR PROCE DURES 1. Always mark any parts or positions which may be confused with each other at the time of reassembly. 2. Use original Technogym spare parts and lubricants of the recommended brands. 3. Use special tools where specified. 4. Consult the Technical Newsletters, which may contain more up - to - date information on adjusts and maintenance than those contained in this manual. 5. Before starting the repair procedure, make sure that the recommended tools are available and in good condition. 6. For the procedures described in this manual, use only the specified tools. The tool sizes quoted in this manual are expressed in mm.

62. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8 .4 8.4. THE MACHINE IS NOT F LAT This p roblem can be caused by the positioning of the machine on a not properly flat surface. To correct the problem act on the adjustable foot. Figure 8.4 - 1 1. Adjust the feet of the weight stack frame so they are all resting on the floor. 2. Adjust foot on the front arms of the frame, locking down or backing off the grub screw accessed through hole ( a ) , using a 4 mm hexagonal wrench.

87. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 11.3 11.1.1. F ORMATTING PROCEDURE This proce dure should be carried out in cases where the system locks out completely during the boot stage after the Bios screen, which may be due to: • a system crash • damaged hard disk sectors • inability to restart the operating system from hard disk At this point, t he partitioning and formatting sequence is automatically initiated. The procedure, which does not require any operator input, recreates the primary and secondary partitions and formats the hard disk. At the end, the system automatically restarts and carri es out the restore from USB key procedure described in paragraph : 11.1.3. “ System restore from USB key ” below. At the end of the above procedure, perform the touch screen calibration as detailed in p aragraph 8.5. “ Touch screen must be calibrated ”.

65. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8.7 5. The follow ing appears on the display: Figure 8.5 - 2 6. Follow the on - screen instructions, touching the centre of each target with an object that is pointed but not sharp. 7. The operation will be repeated five times, with the target in each of the four corners and finally in the middle of the screen. 8. At the end of the procedure, the following message will appear for a few seconds: Calibration accepted Error in pixel = X If X is less than 10, as specified in the previous setting, or: Calibration rejected Error in pixel = X If X is greater than 10, in which case the calibration carried out will be ignored.

35. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.3 7.2.1. R EAR CABLE DISASSEMBL Y Figure 7.2 - 1 1. Lift up the first plate (a) of the weight stack to loosen the tension of the cable, as shown in figure. Figure 7.2 - 2 2. Back off the two grub screws of the cable - retainer shown in figure and pull the cable off. To reassemble the rear cable, follow the instructions in the following paragraph.

41. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.9 Figure 7.2 - 11 4. Pass the cable through the less deep hole on the internal side of the cam . Figure 7.2 - 12 5. Fix the crimped end of the cable inside the cable - retainer and house it in the cam, as shown in figure. Continued on following page →

69. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8.11 5. The following dialog appears on the display: Figure 8.6 - 3 6. Select the S3Gamma Plus tab. Here it is possible to adjust the colour co ntrast, brightness and gamma level using 3 virtual knobs. The effects of the changes made are shown in a preview window which can be expanded to full screen mode, with various choices of test background. 7. When the adjustments are complete, click the Apply b utton or OK to confirm the changes made. Click Cancel to exit the function without saving the changes.

23. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 4.1 4. CABLES 4.1. R OUTING OF THE WEIGHT STACK CABLE ALPHA Cable code Length (mm) 0R000101A B 9890

31. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 6.1 6. INSTALLING AND MOVING THE MACHINES 6.1. SPECIFICATIONS AND R EQUIREMENTS For proper installation of the equipment, make sure that: • The equipment is installed on a level, vibration - free surface with a sufficient capacity to support its weight plus that of the user. • The area is not dusty or sandy. • You have observed the temperature and humidity operating requirements indicated in paragraph: 3.6. “ Ambient specific ations ”. 6.2. INSTALLATION The machine is delivered partially disass embled, wrapped in cellophane, and fi xed on top of a wooden pallet. The machine guard kits are delivered in cardboard boxes, protected by wooden supports if necessary. Instructions for installation and assembly are provided in the User Manual supplied to gether with the machine.

52. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.20 Figure 7.6 - 4 5. On both the weight stack rod, back off the two grub screws (d) of the weight stack rod stops and remove them. Use a 4mm hexagonal wrench. 6. Remove the weight stack rod stops. 7. Remove from the weight stack rods all the weig ht stack plates. To reassemble the weight stack assembly, follow the disassembly instructions in reverse order.

86. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 11.2 1. Turn off the machine. 2. Insert the USB key into port 0 (at the bottom, on the right) of the four available on the base of the machine, as indicated in the figure below. 3. Turn on the machine. 4. The following appears on the display: 5. The user has 10 seconds to select an operation by tapping the corresponding icon on the touch screen. If no operation is selected at the end of that time, a restore from hard disk is automatically launched.

67. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8.9 3. Follow the on - screen instructions. Touch and keep pressed the centre of each target with an object that is pointed but not sharp, as long as the “ Release ” message appearson the screen. Figure 8.5 - 5 4. The operation will be repeated three times, with the target in three different positions of the screen. 5. At the end of the procedure, the following window will appear on the screen: Figure 8.5 - 6 6. Touch the screen and check that the target appears right where you are touching. 7. Accept or refuse the calibration of the touch screen according to the feedback of the test, by pressing the “A ccept” or “Cancel” button. If the calibration procedure doesn’t have any effect, it means that the SEMTECH Touch Screen is mounted on the machine. Restart the system and carry out the procedure 8.5.1. Touch screen first model “SEMTECH” .

88. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 11.4 11.1.2. S YSTEM RESTORE FROM H ARD D ISK This is a quicker procedure, suitable for cases where the corrupted files affect only the primary partition which contain s the operating system, while the secondary partition remained undamaged. As noted previously, this is the default procedure automatically launched if the operator does not make a selection within the 10 second time limit. Selecting this procedure automat ically initiates a restore of the ghost image stored on disk D:, thereby overwriting only the primary disk C:. All the operator needs to do is tap the "Continue without marking disk" button on the touch screen, at the system prompt, to allow the procedure to continue. At this point the operator must: • wait for the disk image restore to finish • turn off the machine • remove the USB key • restart the system If the error message “Image not found” appears, it is necessary to restart the system and launch the rest ore from USB key procedure, described in paragraph : 11.1.3. “ System restore from USB key ” below. At the end, carry out the touch screen calibration procedure as described in paragraph 8.5. “ Touch screen must be calibrated ”.

46. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.14 Figure 7.2 - 22 17. Remove the Allen T wrench used at the point (3) of Figure 7.2 - 10 . 18. Rotate the cam 6 times CLOCKWISE and lock again the cam. If working on the RIGHT side rotate the cam 6 time COUNTERCLOCKWISE . 19. Rise again upward, to the cam and pass the cable into the less deep hole on its external side. 20. Fix the crimp ed end of the cable into the cable retainer and properly house it in the cam. Mount the pulleys on the frame, using a torque wrench set for 44 Nm to lock down the fixing nut.

38. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.6 7.2.3. W EIGHT STACK CABLE AN D HANDLES DISASSEMBL Y Figure 7.2 - 6 1. Lift up the first plate (a) of the weight stack to loosen the tension of the cable, as shown in figure. Figure 7.2 - 7 2. Extract the cable retainer from the cam, using a pair of pliers and release the cable from it 3. Now it is possible to pull completely off the cable and the handles. To reassemble the weight stack cable, f ollow the instructions in the following paragraph.

56. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.24 Figure 7.8 - 4 6. The connection is accomplished by means of pin ( e ) , which fits inside hole ( f ) of the adjusting system. Figure 7.8 - 5 7. Back off the grub screw ( g ) using a 3 mm hexagonal wrench. 8. Remove the adjustment system h . To reassemble the adjustment foot, follow the disassembly instructions in reverse order.

82. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 10.4 Is the KN5 cable well connected and the LCD lamps are lightening, watching on one side? YES Replace the main board or the LCD (def ectiv e LVDS) NO Is the DC v oltage at the output of the mani board correct? YES B NO Replace the main board Is the DC v oltage at the input of the LCD inv erter, correct? NO Replace KN7 cable 4 YES Are the AC v oltages at the output of the LCD inv erter, correct? NO Replace LCD inv erter YES Replace LCD 5 6 Follow the procedure step by step to correctly diagnose the problem. Take par ticular care with the checks highlighted by circled numbers, which are described in detail below:

7. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 1.1 1. GENERAL NOTICES 1.1. INTRODUCTION This document is reserved for Technogym Service technici ans, and is intended to provide authorized personnel with the necessary information to correctly carry out repairs and maintenance. A thorough knowledge of the technical information contained in this manual is essential for completing the professional trai ning of the operator. In order to facilitate consultation, the paragraphs are accompanied by schematic drawings which illustrate the procedure being described. This manual contains notices and symbols which have a specific meanings: WARNING: non observ ance may result in accident or injury. ATTENTION: non observance may cause damage to the machine. Information about the operation in progress. Observation about the operation in progress. 1.2. RECOMMENDATIONS Technogym reco mmends the following steps for planning repair procedures: • Carefully evaluate the customer’s description of the machine malfunction and ask all the necessary questions to clarify the symptoms of the problem. • Clearly diagnose the causes of the problem. Th is manual provides the fundamental theoretical basis, which must then be integrated by personal experience and attendance at the training courses periodically offered by Technogym. • Rationally plan the repair procedure so as to minimize the downtime necess ary for procuring spare parts, preparing tools, etc. • Access the component to be repaired, avoiding any unnecessary operations. In this regard it will be useful to refer to the disassembling sequence described in this manual.

57. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.25 7.9. ADJUSTING FOOT DISAS SEMBLY : OMEGA Figure 7.9 - 1 1. Back off the screw (a) using a 4mm hexagonal wrench, on both sides of the foot. Figure 7.9 - 2 2. Remove the covering guard (b) , from the bottom. Continued on the following page 

81. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 10.3 2 Carry out the tests detailed in the note below. Does it works now? YES OK NO Disconnect KN2 cable f rom the main board and shortcut 1-2 pins of J17 connector. Does it switch ON? NO A YES Replace the power entry module Connect KN2 cable. Disconnect KN7-KN3-KN5 -CBQ32-CU132 and switch ON the machine. Does it switch ON? YES Check the def ectiv e dev ice as detailed in the note below 3 NO Replace the power supply . Does it switch ON? YES Def ectiv e power supply NO Replace the main board Continued on the following page 

66. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8.8 8.5.2. T OUCH SCREEN SECOND M ODEL “HAMPSHIRE” To access the touch screen calibration function, proceed as follows: 1. Click ST ART , PROGRAMS , then start the program “ Hampshire TSHARC Control Panel” . Figure 8.5 - 3 2. In the window which appears, choose the folder “ Calibration ” and run the calibration program, pressing the point indicat ed by the arrows. Figure 8 .5 - 4

70. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8.12 8.7. THE LANGUAGE MUST BE CHANGED The Kinesis PC includes a “Kinesis Visual Learning” SW application, which provides a guide to using the Kinesis machine fun ctions, illustrating the various exercises, movements and training programs. The SW is available in 9 languages. 1. French 2. Japanese 3. US English 4. UK English 5. Italian 6. Dutch 7. Portuguese 8. Spanish 9. German The SW comes with ITALIAN as the default language setting. It i s therefore necessary to configure the desired language at the end of the installation as follows:

43. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.11 Figure 7.2 - 15 9. Pass the cable through the tension adjusting pulley (f) , then pass it through the ho le in the front panel, as shown in figure. CAUTION: It is important to pass the cable inside the anti - slip off device, so that the cable can not get out of the pulleys during the exercise Mount all the handles on the cable so that the Technogym® logo , is readable by the user, in operating position. Figure 7.2 - 16 Continued on following page →

53. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.21 7.7. DISASSEMBLING THE WE IGHT STACK : OMEGA Figure 7.7 - 1 1. Loosen the 2 grub screws (a), on the wei ght stack stops, using a 4mm hexagonal wrench, for each bar. WARNING: the bars fall down. Figure 7.7 - 2 2. Lay down the bars on the ground and slightly tilt the weight stack toward yourself, as indicated b y arrows. Continued on the following page 

27. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 4.5 OMEGA Rif. Cable code Length (mm) A 0R000106AA 2300 B 0R000182AB ( Crimped ) 14300

80. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 10.2 10.1. THE DISPLAY R E MA I N S OFF This error is due to a lack of supply voltag e to the upper part. Is the ON/OFF button on the power supply , in the ON position? YES Turn it ON Does the wall outlet supply the correct v oltage? NO Plug the machine into a working electrical outlet YES THE DISPLAY DOES NOT ILLUMINATE Is the mains lead OK? NO Replace the mains lead YES A 1 Is the D3 LED on the main board lighted up and the 2 f ans working? NO YES NO B Continued on the following page 

45. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.13 Figure 7.2 - 20 On the rear side of the machine: 15. Pass the cable on the upper pulley (l) shown in figure and get back the pulley on the cross. Figure 7.2 - 21 16. Route the cable on the internal pulley of the cross (m) , passing from the front to the rear , side, as shown in figure Continued on following page →

64. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8.6 8.5.1. T OUCH SCREEN FIRST MO DEL “SEMTECH” To access the touch screen calibration function, proceed as follows: 1. Click START , select SETTINGS and then CONTROL PANEL . 2. In the window which appears, double click the Touch Screen calibrator icon to launch the test program. 3. The following dialog appears on the display. Figure 8.5 - 1 4. Check that the calibration offset is set for 10% and launch the procedure by clicking on CALIBRATE . If the system freeze after the calibration pr ocedure has been launched, it means that the HAMPSHIRE Touch Screen is mounted on the machine. Restart the system and carry out the procedure : 8.5.2. “ Touch screen second model “HAMPSHIRE” .

47. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.15 7.3. DISASSEMBLING THE HA NDLE Figure 7.3 - 1 1. Back off the screw ( a ) and hold the threaded pin on the ot her side, using two 2 mm hexagonal wrenches. 2. Remove the threaded pin. Figure 7.3 - 2 3. Back off the 2 screws ( b ) with two 3 mm hex wrenches, using one to prevent rotation of the pin. Figure 7.3 - 3 To reassemble the handle, follow the disassembly procedure in reverse order, with the components in the sequence shown a t left.

73. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8.15 the available o ptions are highlighted in blue in the file. ATTENTION: do not change any other settings, and remember that the language codes are case - sensitive. 9. Save the file and start the "Kinesis Visual Learning" application. It will now be in the language you have se lected. Con figure tion via software 1. Turn on the PC and wait for the Windows XP startup screen to appear. 2. Log in as "administrator" and wait for the Windows XP desktop to appear. 3. There should be a "Kinesis Language Con figure tion" program icon on the deskto p. If it is not there, find the application in the folder “C: \ Program files \ Technogym \ kinesis”. Start the program. 4. The following screen appears: 5. The currently selected language is indicated in the orange area at the top and highlighted by a white backg round. 6. Select the language using one of the available buttons and confirm the choice to exit. 7. Start the “Kinesis Visual Learning” application. It will now be in the language you have selected.

63. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8.5 8.5. TOUCH SCREEN MUST BE CALIBRATED Two different Touch Screen models are mounted on the products we have on the market, the first model used was a SEMTECH and the actual one an HAMPSHIRE. The two models can be distinguished by the revision printed on the Touch Screen interface board “ CS622 REVA LC ” on the SEMTECH models and “ CS690 REVA LC ” on the HAMPSHIRE models. SEMTECH HAMPSHIRE Depending on the touch screen model, it has to be used the proper calibration SW. Unfortunately it is not possible to know which of the two models is mounted on the machine, if you don’t open the disp lay. Then we can suggest you to proceed as follow, to perform the calibration. Check if the icon is shown in the right bottom corner toolbar of the desktop. • If the icon is not present, carry out the calibration procedure 8.5.1. Touch screen first model “SEMTECH” ; • If the icon is present, carry out the calibration procedure : 8.5.2. Touch screen second model “HAMPSHIRE” . If the calibration doesn’t have any effect carry out the calibration procedure 8.5.1. Touch screen first model “SEMTECH” .

50. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.18 Figure 7.5 - 4 5. Remove the 2 seeger (f) and (g) . Figure 7.5 - 5 6. Use a T wrench and a rubber hammer, to slightly hit the pulleys support (h) and remove it from the opposite side, as shown in figure. Figure 7.5 - 6 7. Remove the pulleys support (g) , as shown in figure. To reassemble the rotating pulley system, f ollow the disassembly instructions in reverse order.

54. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.22 Figure 7.7 - 3 On each bar: 3. Remove the tube spacer (b) from the top of the bar, as shown in figure to side. 4. Back off the 2 grub screws (c) of the stops (d) , using a 4mm hexagonal wrench, and remove the stops. 5. Remove the protection sponge (e) . 6. Remove the weight stack plates, pulling them out from the top. To reassemble the weight stack, follow the disassembly instructions in reverse order.

68. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8.10 8.6. DISPLAY COLORS MUST BE CALIBRATED To access the function for adjusting colour contrast, brightness and gamma level, proceed as follows: 1. Click START , select SETTINGS and then CONTROL PA NEL . 2. In the window which appears, double click the Display icon. 3. The following dialog appears on the display: Figure 8.6 - 1 4. Select the Settings tab, then click the Advanced button as illustrated in the figu re below. Figure 8.6 - 2

89. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 11.5 11.1.3. S YSTEM RESTORE FROM USB KEY This procedure should be used in cases where the entire contents of both the primary and secondary disk partitions need to be restored. The proced ure is almost entirely automatic, and carries out the following operations: • Restore of the dos.gho image from USB key. tap the button “ Continue without marking disk ” on the touch screen to allow the procedure to continue. • System restart, with automatic boot from hard disk. • Copy of the file techno.gho from the USB key to the secondary partition D: of the hard disk. • Remove the USB key and double - tap on the touch screen when the message prompt “Remove USB key – double click on touch screen to restart” appea rs. The system will be restarted. • Automatic restore of the Ghost image of Windows XP Embedded. • The system is restarted, after which the procedure is complete. If there are problems restoring the Ghost image of Windows XP Embedded, due to damaged clusters on the hard disk, it is necessary to restart the system and then use the formatting p rocedure described in paragraph: 11.1.3. “ System restore from USB key ”. At the end, carry out the touch screen ca libration procedure as described in paragraph 8.5. “ Touch screen must be calibrated ”.

42. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.10 Figure 7.2 - 13 6. Pass the cable on the external pulle y (d) of the cross, routing it from the back to the front side of the pulley. Figure 7.2 - 14 7. Route the cable on the small pulley (e) fixed on the top side of the frame as shown in the figure. 8. Pull the cabl e back to the bottom and pass it on the tension adjusting pulley. Continued on following page →

59. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8.1 8. SETTINGS / WHAT TO D O IF ... 8.1. THE WEIGHT STACK IS NOT FLOWING FLUID This problem is possible for a lack lubrication of the bars or "dirty" that accumulates fox a mix of dust and oil. WARNING: When the bars and bushings are part icularly dirty, if the only cross or at most the first plate is selected, it is possible that these can not lay down on the weight stack. In this case you must clean and lubricate the bars and the internal side of the bushes. Figure 8.1 - 1 1. Use a paper towel slightly dampened with ethyl alcohol to clean the weight stack bars of the machine, removing dust and grime. 2. Reassemble the cross and add a few drops of the oil found in the service box to the cross bushi ngs as shown in the photo below. CAUTION : Do not use too much oil, and dry all excess thoroughly since too much oil could cause more dust to build up. 3. Move the cross up and down, making sure to distribute the oil evenly along the full length of the bars. 4. Dry excess oil from the bushings with a dry cloth.

33. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.1 7. DISASSEMBLY COMPONEN TS 7.1. DISASSEMBLIG THE CAB LE: ALPHA - BETA - GAMMA - DELTA Figure 7.1 - 1 1. Back off the screw ( a ) and hold the threaded pin on the other side, using two 2 mm hexagonal wrenches. 2. Remove the threaded pin. Figure 7.1 - 2 3. Back off the 4 scre ws ( b ) using a 3 mm hexagonal wrench and remove the cable from the support. To reassemble the cable, follow the disassembly instructions in reverse order. The routing of the cable through the various machine pulleys is illustrated in paragraph 4.1. “ R outing of the weight stack cable ”.

40. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.8 Figure 7.2 - 9 1. Lift up the first plate (a) of weight stack and secure with the selection pin on the front, as shown in figure. Figure 7.2 - 10 2. Rotate the cam (b) COUNTERCLOCKWISE until the spring group pulley (c) rises upward until it’s almost up to the frame. 3. Lock the cam using an Allen T wrench through the frame , as shown in the figure. If working on the RIGHT side, rotate th e cam CLOCKWISE . Continued on following page →

85. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 11.1 11. UPDATING SW To carry out this procedure, it is necessary to order a DOS - formatted bootable USB 2.0 key, using the code indicated in paragraph 5.1. “ USB key to update the SW ”. In even t of a system lockout, this USB key can be used to restore the system by following the procedure below. Check the size of the USB key, if you have a 2Gb key check and update, if necessary, the BIOS version as follows. After completing the SW recovery p rocedure, it should be necessary to calibrate the Touch screen. The procedure is detailed in paragraph 8.5. “ Touch screen must be calibrated ”. IF YOU HAVE BEEN USING A 2GB USB KEY Be sure that the PC BIOS version is equal or greater than 1.4 . You can check this version in two different ways: • Looking at the first line on the screen during the startup procedure; • Directly entering the BIOS by clicking on the CANC button during the startup procedure; I n case that the BIOS version is not the one mentioned before, carry out the following procedure: • Switch on the machine and wait until Windows has been loaded to insert the USB key. The key will be recognised as “E” drive. • On the key, open the “BIOS” folde r. • Execute the BIOSPROGRAMMER file. • From the program, use the browse button to select BIOS version file M6230000.104 (or greater M6230000.105 ecc.) you’ll find in the same BIOS folder. Then execute it. Do not use the PC during the BIOS updating, to avoid any data corruption. • Reboot the PC.

36. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.4 7.2.2. R EAR CABLE REASSEMBLY Figure 7.2 - 3 In case of replacing the cable, cut the new one 2300mm long. 1. Lower the cross on the weight stack. 2. Insert the cable (a) through the hole in the central race of the cam, up to it is completely inserted in the cable - retainer. 3. Loc k down the two grub screw (b) , using a torque wrench set for 14 Nm. Figure 7.2 - 4 4. Pass the cable on the pulley (c) of the spring group, routing it inside the anti - slip off device system (d) . Continued on following page→

49. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.17 7.5. ROTATING PULLEY SYST EM DISASSEMBLY : OMEGA Figure 7.5 - 1 1. Pull the cable out as described in paragraphs : 7.2. “ Disassemblig the cable: Omega ”. 2. Back off the screws (a) using a 5mm hexagonal wrench, on the both sides. 3. Remove the three protection guards (b), (c) and (d) . Figure 7.5 - 2 4. Pull the 4 pins out and remove the pulleys (e) , paying attention to the pulley spacers. Figure 7.5 - 3 During the reassembly place again two spacers for each pulley, following the s equence to side . Continued on the following page 

79. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 10.1 10. TROUBLESHOOTING The troubleshooting procedures are illustrated by means of flow diagrams. To facilitate interpretation o f these diagrams, the following standard box shapes are used: This type of box is the START point of the troubleshooting procedure. It typically contains a description of the problem or malfunction. This type of box represents a decision point in the troubleshooting procedure. It typically contains a description of the CHECK to be made, with an outcome that is either a positive (YES) or negative (NO) response. This type of box is a step in the troubleshooting procedure where an ACTION must be carried out. It typically contains a description of the ACTION necessary to resolve the problem Therefore, after executing the specified ACTION: 1. Check whether the problem has been resolved; 2. If the problem persists, it is recommended to resume the troubles hooting procedure from the point before the action was carried out. A circled number (such as that shown on the left) next to a box of the troubleshooting procedure indicates that more detailed instructions for performing that particular check or actio n are provided below the flowchart. A circled letter (such as that shown on the left) is used to mark a point in the procedure. Typically, this indicator is used in page changes.

51. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.19 7.6. DISASSEMBLING THE WE IGHT STACK : ALPHA - BETA - GAMMA - DELTA Figure 7.6 - 1 1. Back off the grub screw ( a ) , using a 4 mm hexagonal wrench. Figure 7.6 - 2 2. Back off the screw ( b ) using an 8mm hexagonal wrench, in order to split the selector rod from the pulleys support. Figure 7.6 - 3 3. On both sides, back off the two grub screws ( a ) at the base of the weight stack which secure the weight stack rod. Use a 4mm hexagonal wrench. 4. The rod will move down by a few centimetres . WARNING: the bars fall down. Continued on the following page 

91. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 12.1 12. MAINTENANCE To keep the machine in perfect working order and f orestall possible problems it is necessary to carry out the scheduled maintenance operations described below. The maintenance operations can essentially be classified according to the frequency with which they need to be performed: • Weekly maintenance oper ations; • Monthly maintenance operations; • Twice yearly maintenance operations. The operations require different levels of operator qualification. The following paragraphs describe the recommended procedures. 12.1. WEEKLY MAINTENANCE O PERATIONS These operations can be carried out by the machine owner and do not require any special skills. The weekly machine maintenance operations consists of simple cleaning of the machine. For the weekly maintenance operations, proceed as follows: 12.1.1. C LEANING THE FRAME AN D PAINTED PARTS 1. Clean the frame and painted parts of the machine using a cloth moistened with neutral (non - acid) soap. CAUTION: do not use alcohol, benzene, or chemical products in general. 12.1.2. C LEANING THE COVERING PANELS 1. Clean the covering panels of the machine usin g a cloth moistened with water. CAUTION: do not use alcohol, benzene, or chemical products in general.

95. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 13.1 13. TOOLS TO USE The following tools are necessary to carry out all disassembly, adjustment and maintenance operations on the machines: • 1 0 mm wrench ; • 17 mm wrench ; • 10 mm ratchet wrench ; • 17 mm ratchet wrench ; • 2 mm Allen T wrench ; • 3 mm Allen T wrench ; • 4 mm Allen T wrench ; • 5 mm Allen T wrench ; • 6 mm Allen T wrench ; • 8 mm Allen T wrench ; • Torque wrench ; • Pear Pliers ; • Cutter.

55. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.23 7.8. ADJUSTING FOOT DISASSEMBLY : ALPHA - BETA - GAMMA - DELTA Figure 7.8 - 1 1. Back off the 6 screws ( a ) using a 17mm wrench. 2. Remove the front tube, complete with adjusting foot, from the machine frame. During reassembly, lock d own the screws using a torque wrench set for 44 Nm. Figure 7.8 - 2 3. Back off the screws ( b ) ( on each side of the foot ), using a 4 mm hexagonal wrench. 4. Remove the covering casing ( c ) , by pulling it toward the back. Figure 7.8 - 3 5. Remove the foot ( d ) as indicated by the arrows. Continued on the following page 

93. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 12.3 12.3. TWICE - YEARLY MAINTENANCE O PERATIONS These operations can only be carried out by a qualified technician specifically trained by Technogym and authorized to carry out machine installation and adjustments , as well as special maintenance operations or repairs which require special knowledge of the machine, its operation, safety systems and working procedures. The Twice yearly maintenance operations involve checking the functioning, wear and tension of the m echanical components so as to ensure the correct and safe operation of the machine. For the Twice yearly maintenance of the machine, proceed as follows: 12.3.1. C HECK THE PULLEYS 1. Check the wear status of the pulley grooves. Repair and/or replace any worn parts. 12.3.2. C HECK THE WEIGHT STAC K ROD STOPS 1. Check the wear status of the weight stack rod stops. Repair and/or replace any worn parts. 2. Check the position of the weight stack rod stops and make sure they are firmly fastened in place. 12.3.3. R EPLACING THE CABLES 1. Replace the ma chine cables once a year if the machines are used intensively, every 2 years under normal use. 12.3.4. S CREW AND BOLT CHECK 1. Make sure that the screws and bolts are firmly tightened, especially in the weight stack and seat adjustment areas, and around moving parts in general. Tighten any that are loose. 12.3.5. C HECKING FOR MECHANIS M PLAY 1. Make sure that the machine mechanisms (pulleys assembly) have no play. Repair and/or replace any worn parts. 12.3.6. C HECKING CROSS ALIGNM ENT 1. Do not select any weight, and lift the cross. Make sur e that the sinker is properly centered over the plate hole, and that all plates in the weight stack may be selected without any strain on the selection knob. Force it to the center by hand.

75. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 9.1 9. WIRING DIAGRAM AND CABLES 9.1. WIRING DIAGRAM FOR P C DEVICE ENTRY MODULE DISPLAY LCD MAIN BOARD CBQ-32 HARD DISK J12 J2 TGS BOARD CN1 J15 J10 U10 INVERTER CN1 J8 ETX BOARD R AM MEMOR Y U7 LVDS BOARD CN1 CN1 J7 V AC POWER SUPPLY TOUCH SCREEN INTERFACE BOARD TOUCH SCREEN CN5 CN1 Keyboard JS1 Ethernet J3 USB 0-1 CN1 USB 2-3 CN2 J2 Ethernet GND J4 J1 USB 0-3 Keyboard GND H1 F AN J4 CPU J3 KN-4 KN-7 KN-6 KN-5 KN-3 CN3 P_Butt CN4 P_Butt J17 ON/OFF switch KN-2 KN-1

21. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 3.7 3.6. AMBIENT SPECIFIC ATIONS Temperature Operating from 10° to 25° C Storage from 10° to 25° C Humidity Operating from 20% to 90% non - condensing Storage from 20% to 90% non - condensing 3.7. CONFORMITY TO REGULA TIONS The machine conforms to the following directives: EUROPA USA EMI NO NO Security EN 957 - 1 (2005) EN 957 - 2 (2003) Directive 93/42/ CE

61. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8.3 8.3. THE CABLE OF WEIGHT STACK IS NOT IN TENS ION This problem has been the lengthening of the weights stack cable, especially in the first period of use. To resolve this problem is necessary to act on the cable regulating tension system. If the cable is new, before adjusting its tension, it is necessary to do a few reps at maximum load to “stretch” the cable itself. Figure 8.3 - 1 Set the minimum weight: the only selected weight will be the cross. 1. Loosen the central screw (a) using a 17mm wrench, locking the nut on the opposite side with another 17mm wrench. 2. Adjust the cable tension acting on the nut ( b) , using a 17mm wrench: screw to increase or back off to loosen the tension. The cable tension is correct if: • The cable is tensioned and the cross rise up even when you slightly pull the cable; • At thee beginning of the exercise you do not feel any "emp ty" to tension the cable; • The cross correctly lay down on the other weight stack plates; • It is possible to select all plates with the pin, without interference. 3. Lock the screw (a) again to fix the pulley using a torque wrench set for 44 Nm . Check the t ension of the cable by carrying out a couple of repetitions with the minimum weight, and then slowly resting the cross on the weight stack. The cross must rest firmly on the weight stack, and the cable must be slightly taut.

92. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 12.2 12.2. MONTHLY MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS These operations can be carried out by the machine owner and do not require any special skills. The monthly machine maintenance operations consists of simple cleaning, lubrication and checking the state of wear to ensure the correct and safe functioning of the machine. For the monthly maintenance of the machine, proceed as follows: 12.2.1. C HECK THE CROSS , BARS AND WEIGHT STAC K PLATES 1. Check the wear status of the cross bushings and weight stack plates. Repair and/or replace any worn parts. 2. Check the wear status of the chrome plating of the weight stack bars. Repair and/or replace any worn parts. 3. Check the wear status of the weight stack bars and weight stack support buffers. Repair and/or replace any worn parts. 4. Make sure the weight stack bars are firmly fastened. Repair and/or replace any worn parts. 5. Use a paper towel slightly dampened with ethyl alcohol to clean the weight stack bars of the machine, removing dust and grime. CAUTION: remove any surface rust spots with a metal scrubber. 6. Lubricate the bars and bushings of the plates and cross using the oil found in the service box. 7. Check the adhes ive label indicating the load corresponding to the weight stack plates. Replace any worn parts. 12.2.2. C HECK THE CABLES 1. Check the wear status of the machine cables, paying special attention to any hardened spots or cracks in the protective plastic of the cable. R eplace any worn parts. 2. Check the passage of the machine cables through pulleys and/or the terminals connected to handles. 3. Check the tension of the machine cables. 12.2.3. C HECK THE CROSS LIMIT SWITCH 1. Check the wear status of the cross limit switch. Repair and/or r eplace any worn parts. 2. Check the position of the cross limit switches and make sure they are firmly fastened in place. 12.2.4. C HECKING VARIOUS RUBB ER PARTS These operations apply to handles, frame guards, feet ... 1. Check the wear status of the rubber parts used on the machine. Repair and/or replace any worn parts.

48. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.16 7.4. DISASSEMBLING THE ROTATING PULLEY SYST EM : ALPHA - BETA - GAMMA - DELTA Figure 7.4 - 1 1. Back off on both side of the pulley assembly, the screws ( a ) , using a 5 mm hexagonal wrench. 2. Remove the two parts of t he rear casing. 3. Back off the two crews ( b ) , using a 5 mm hexagonal wrench. 4. Remove the free guard. Figure 7.4 - 2 5. Remove the guard ( c ) , which incorporates two pins for the rotation of the pulleys ( d ) . Dur ing reassembly, reinsert the two spacers shown in the lower right - hand box of the figure, and make sure that the cable moves smoothly between the two pulleys. Figure 7.4 - 3 To remove the support: 1. Disconnec t the cable from the handle as described in paragraph 7.1. “ Disassemblig the cable ”. 2. Remove the cable from the support. 3. Back off the 4 screws ( e ) using a 6mm hexagonal wrench. To reassemble the pulley assembly, follow the disassembly instructions in reverse order.

44. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 7.12 Figure 7.2 - 17 Go now on the front side of the machine: 10. P ass the cable through the rotating pulley system and its central bearing (g) .Pull it out from the other side , as shown in figure. If necessary, disassemble the guards of the rotating pulley system, following the procedure at paragraph: 7.5. “ Rotating pulley system disassembly ”. Figure 7.2 - 18 11. Pass the cable through the two lower rotating pulley systems (h) , keeping one handle (i) between them. Insert t he handle so that the Technogym® logo, is readable by the user in operating position. 12. Pass the cable through the lower and the upper arms and insert a second handle (j) between them. Figure 7.2 - 19 13. Pass th e cable through the two upper rotating pulley systems (k) , and insert a third handle between them. 14. Pass the cable though the upper hole of the front panel, as shown in figure. Continued on following page →

60. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8.2 8.2. THE WEIGHT STACK CAB LE IS NOT TAUT : ALPHA - BETA - GAMMA - DELTA This problem is caused by the elongation of the weight stack cable, especially during the initial period of use. To correct the problem it is therefore necessary to adjust the cable tension. If the cable is new, perform a few repetitions at maximum load before adjusting its tension, in order to “pull” the cable. Figure 8.2 - 1 1. Select the minimum weight load: the only weight selected will be that of the cross. 2. Back off the screw ( a ) using a 8 mm hexagonal wrench and 17mm wrench to hold the corresponding lock nut. 3. Adjust the cable tension using a 10mm wrench to turn nut ( b ) , locking down to tighten the cable, and backing off to loosen the cable. The cable tension is correct when: • the cable is taut • there is no “initial slack” on starting the exercise before the cable is pulled taut • the cross plate rests on top of the others • all the plates can be s elected using the selector pin. 4. Lock down the pulley by locking the screw ( a ) using a torque wrench set for 44 Nm. 5. Lock down the nut ( b ) . Check the cable tension by performing a few repetitions with the minimum weight load and slowly resting the cross on the weight stack. The cross should stay properly rested on the weight stack, with the cable slightly taut.

71. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 8.13 Manual con figure tion The PC does not have a keyboard or a mouse. These peripherals can be connected using the USB ports situated on the upper closing pan el, or the operation can also be carried out using the on - screen keyboard as follows: 1. Turn on the PC and wait for the Windows XP startup screen to appear 2. Log in as "administrator" and wait for the Windows XP desktop to appear. 3. Using a plastic stylus, tap t he START menu, select “Program files - Accessories – Accessibility” and launch “On Screen Keyboard”. A virtual keyboard will appear on the display. 4. Tap the "My computer" icon and open the folder C: \ programs \ technogym \ kinesis. 5. Find the file Kinesis.exe.conf ig and double click on it. 6. Open it using notepad. 7. The file is: <con figure tion> <appSettings> <add key="ConnectionString" value="Data Source=DEV; database=Kinesis; User ID=sa; Password=p1pp3r0;" /> <add key="FilmPath" value="D: \ DEV \ Kinesis \ TouchScreen \ 1.0 \ FullGravity \ Movie \ " /> <! -- CultureInfo supported: "it - IT" (Italian) "en - GB" (UK English) "de - DE" (German) "nl - NL" (Dutch) "fr - FR" (French) "es - ES" (Spain) "en - US" (US English) "pt - PT" (Portuguese) "ja - JP" (Japanese) -- > < add key="CultureI nfo" value="it - IT" /> <add key="HideCursor" value="False" /> <add key="ImagePath" value="D: \ DEV \ Kinesis \ TouchScreen \ 1.0 \ FullGravity \ Images \ " /> </appSettings> </con figure tion> 8. The line highlighted in yellow sets the language. To change the language, r eplace the “it - IT” code for Italian with one of the following: • French: set “fr - FR” • Japanese: set “ja - JP” • US English: set “en - US” • UK English: set “en - GB” • Dutch: set “nl - NL”

83. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 10.5 (1) Check if the Main Board and the Power Supply receive the correct voltages : • On the Main Board , LED D3 has to be lighted up and that the cooling fan working , • On the Power Supply the cooling fan working . (2) Check : • That the power switch of Power Supply is turned ON , • The KN2 cable well connected between Input Board and Main Board , • The connecting cable between the Power Supply and Main Board on the J15 connector , w ell connected . (3) In this case one of the devices connected to the main board is def ective . Reconnect each of them individually ( one by one) , up to identify the defective one . (4) Place the tester probes across pins 1 - 2 and 3 - 4 of J8 connector on the Main Board . You m ust have respectively about 12 Vdc and 3.3 Vdc. (5) As for step (4) but on CN1 connector on the Inverter LCD Board . (6) Place the tester probes across pins of CN2 , CN3 , CN4 and CN5 connectors, must measure about 300 VAC.

11. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 2.3 2.4. MECHANICAL CHARACTER ISTICS 2.4.1. B ASI C MODULES ALPHA Width A 12 8 cm – 51 in Length B 118.7 cm – 4 7 in Height C 213.2 cm – 84 in Overall weight 310 Kg – 685 lbs Standard weight stack 2x79 Kg – 2x175 lbs

29. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 5.1 5. ACCESSORIES 5.1. USB KEY TO UPDATE TH E SW It’s available an USB key containing an image of the operating system, to use it in case of SW damaging. Follow the instructions detailed in paragraph : 11.1.3. “ System restore from USB key ”. The key, to order of variant language, has code : CODE DESCRIPTION R0003562AC - CN USB key containing an image of the operating system in Chinese R0003562AC - JP USB key containing an image of the op erating system in Japanese R0003562AC - RU USB key containing an image of the operating system in Russian R0003562AC - UK USB key containing an image of the operating system in English 5.2. ACCESSORI ES CABINET FOR KINESIS CODE DESCRI PTION A0000266AA - * A c cessor ie s Cabinet for Kinesis Circuit A0000468 - * Ac c essori e s Cabinet for Kinesis Class Where the " * " character must replaced by the desired colour suffix.

20. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 3.6 3.5. 3 MODULE AGAINST THE W ALL IN LINE KINESIS CLASS Description Product Code Q.ty Module OME GA M5750 3 Set Omega anterior panel A0000408 - * 3 Set anterior flat connection panel basic ( ■) A0000197AA - * 2 Set lateral panel for Omega A0000420 - * 2 Set machine upper shield A0000199AA - GG 3 Set connection flat panel shield A0000200AA - GG 2 (■) = Are also available the following options: A0000201AA: Set anterior connection panel wi th towel holder, A0000202AA: Set anterior connection panel with shelf, A0000210AA: Set anterior connection panel with integrated PC. Where the " * " character must replaced by the desired colour suffix.

12. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 2.4 BETA Width A 148.1 cm – 59 in Length B 179.5 cm – 71 in Height C 213 .2 cm – 84 in Overall weight 321 Kg – 709lbs Standard weight stack 2x79 Kg – 2x175 lbs GAMMA Width A 190 cm – 75 in Length B 161.3 cm – 64 in Height C 213.2 cm – 84 in Overall weight 304 Kg – 671 lbs Standard weight stack 2x79 Kg – 2x175 lbs

13. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 2.5 DELTA Width A 190.5 cm – 75 in Length B 182.3 cm – 72 in Height C 213.2 cm – 84 in Overall weight 230 Kg – 508 lbs Standard weight stack 2x79 Kg – 2x175 lbs OMEGA Width A 1405mm – 55” Length B 1630mm – 64” Height C 2120mm – 83” Ov erall weight 324 Kg – 715 lb Standard weight stack 2x79 Kg - 2x175 lb

9. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 2.1 2. TECHNICAL CHARACTERI STICS 2.1. PRODUCT VERSION KINESIS consists of 5 modules independent of each other ( Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Omega ) that can be used together or individually. Each module is connected to another through some additional elements: base panel , Shalf panel , panel with support towel or panel PC with Kinesis . In addition at the ends of the circuit, is possib le to connect the Accessories Cabin . 2.2. PRODUCT CODES The machine codes take into account all the possible variants and options available for the products. The machine code, which does not include the SN, consists of 16 alphanumeric characters arranged as fol lows: Characters Description Key to values 1,2 Machine type M5 = Kinesis 3,4,5 Product version 550 = Alpha 600 = Gamma 650 = Beta 700 = Delta 750 = Omega - - - 6,7 Frame colour FN = Titanium AN = Anthracite 8,9 Wood panel colour 00 = None 10,11. Pla stic & Details 00 = None

16. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 3.2 KINESIS CLASS Description Product Code Q.ty Module OMEGA M5750 4 Set Omega anterior panel A0000408 - * 4 Set anterior flat connection panel basic (■) A0000197AA - * 5 Set lateral panel for Omega A0000420 - * 2 Set machine upper shield A0000199AA - GG 4 Set connec tion flat panel shield A0000200AA - GG 3 Set brackets A0000223AA - * 2 Set external extension panel shield A0000224AA - * 2 (■) = Are also available the following options : A0000201AA: Set anterior connection panel with towel holder , A0000202AA: Set anterior connection panel with shelf , A0000210AA: Set anterior connection panel with integrated PC . Where the " * " character must replaced by the desired colour suffix.

10. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 2.2 For example, a possible product code would be: M5750 - FN0000 Which reads : M5 750 - FN 00 00 Colore plastiche: Non presente Colore pannello i n legno: Non presente Colore telaio: Titanio - Modello : Omega Tipo macchina: Kinesis 2.3. FRONTAL WOOD PANEL C ODE Code Description A0000204AA Alpha Panel A0000207AA Beta Panel A0000206AA Gamma Panel A0000205AA Delta Panel A0000408AA Omega Pa nel The panels codes above must be completed indicating the colour desired, as shown in the table below: Code Colour - 1 WENGE - 2 OAK - 17 BLACK - 18 WHITE For example, a possible product code would be: A0000408AA - 2

6. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina ii 8.5.2. Touch screen second model “HAMPSHIRE” ................................ ................................ ........................ 8.8 8.6. D ISPLAY COLORS MUST B E C ALIBRATED ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 8.10 8.7. T HE LANGUAGE MUST BE CHANGED ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 8.12 9. WIRING DIAGRAM AND CABLES ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 9.1 9.1. W IRING DIAGRAM FOR PC DEVICE ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 9.1 9.2. W IRING ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............................. 9.2 9.2.1. KN Cables ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 9.2 9.2.2. CBQ Cables ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 9.3 9.2.3. CU Cables ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 9.3 10. TROUBLESHOOTING ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 10.1 10.1. T HE DISPLAY REMAINS O FF ................................ ................................ ................................ .............................. 10.2 11. UPDATING SW ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 11.1 11.1.1. Formatting procedure ................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 11.3 11.1.2. System restore from Hard Disk ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 11.4 11.1.3. System restore from USB key ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 11.5 12. MAINTENANCE ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 12.1 12.1. W EEKLY MAINTENANCE OP ERATIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 12.1 12.1.1. Cleaning the frame and painted parts ................................ ................................ ................................ .. 12.1 12.1.2. Cleaning the covering panels ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 12.1 12.2. M ONTHLY MAINTENANCE O PERATIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 12.2 12.2.1. Check the cross, bars and weight stack plates ................................ ................................ ..................... 12.2 12.2.2. Check the cables ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ... 12.2 12.2.3. Check the cross limit switch ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 12.2 12.2.4. Checking various rubber parts ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 12.2 12.3. T WICE - YEARLY MAINTENANCE O PERATIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ .... 12.3 12.3.1. Check the pulleys ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .. 12.3 12.3.2. Check the weight stack rod stops ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 12.3 12.3.3. Replacing the cables ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................. 12.3 12.3.4. Screw and bolt check ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................ 12.3 12.3.5. Checking for mechanism play ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 12.3 12.3.6. Checking cross alignment ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 12.3 13. TOOLS TO USE ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 13.1

15. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 3.1 3. L AYOUT OPTIONS 3.1. 4 MODUL ES AGAINST THE WALL IN LINE + 2EXTERNAL PANELS KINESIS CIRCUIT Description Product Code Q.ty Module ALP HA M5550 - * 1 Set Alpha anterior Panel A0000204AA - * 1 Module BETA M5650 - * 1 Set Beta anterior Panel A0000207AA - * 1 Module GAMM A M5600 - * 1 Set Gamma anterior Panel A0000206AA - * 1 Module DELTA M5700 - * 1 Set Delta anterior Panel A0000205AA - * 1 Set anterior flat connection panel basic (■) A0000197AA - * 5 Set lateral panel A0000198AA - * 2 Set machine upper shield A0000199AA - GG 4 Set connection flat panel shield A0000200AA - GG 3 Set brackets A0000223AA - * 2 Set external extension panel shield A0000224AA - * 2

19. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 3.5 3.4. 4 MODULES IN LINE AGAI NST WALL WITH ANGULA R PANEL KINESIS CIRCUIT Description Product Code Q.ty Module ALPHA M5550 - * 1 Set Alpha anterior Panel A0000204AA - * 1 Module BET A M5650 - * 1 Set Beta anterior Pa nel A0000207AA - * 1 Module GAMMA ) M5600 - * 1 Set Gamma anterior Panel A0000206AA - * 1 Module DELTA M5700 - * 1 Set Delta anterior Panel A0000205AA - * 1 Set anterior flat connection panel basic (■) A0000197AA - * 4 Set bracket A0000223AA - * 2 Se t connection angular panel A0000234AA - * 1 Set lateral panel A0000198AA - * 2 Set machine upper shield A0000199AA - GG 4 Set angular connection’s shield A0000235AA - * 1 Set connection flat panel shield A0000200AA - GG 4 (■) = Are also available the fo llowing options: A0000201AA: Set anterior connection panel with towel holder, A0000202AA: Set anterior connection panel with shelf, A0000210AA: Set anterior connection panel with integrated PC. Where the " * " character must replaced by the desired colour suffix.

5. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina i Contents 1. GENERAL NOTICES ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 1.1 1.1. I NTRODUCTION ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 1.1 1.2. R ECOMMENDATIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 1.1 1.3. G ENERAL RULES FOR REP AIR PROCEDURES ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 1.2 2. TECHNICAL CHARACTERI STICS ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 2.1 2.1. P RODUCT VERSION ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 2.1 2.2. P RODUCT CODES ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 2.1 2.3. F RONTAL WOOD PANEL CO DE ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................. 2.2 2.4. M ECHANICAL CHARACTERI STICS ................................ ................................ ................................ ....................... 2.3 2.4.1. Basic modules ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 2.3 3. LAYOUT OPTIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 3.1 3.1. 4 MODULES AGAINST THE WALL IN LINE + 2 EXTERNAL PANELS ................................ ................................ .......... 3.1 3.2. 2 & 2 OPPOSITE MODULES AGA INST WALL ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 3.3 3.3. 4 MODULES AGAINST THE WALL IN LINE ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 3.4 3.4. 4 MODULES IN LINE AGAI NST WALL WITH ANGULA R PANEL ................................ ................................ ................ 3.5 3.5. 3 MODULE AGAINST THE W ALL IN LINE ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 3.6 3.6. A MBIE NT SPECIFICATIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .. 3.7 3.7. C ONFORMITY TO REGULAT IONS ................................ ................................ ................................ ......................... 3.7 4. CABLES ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .... 4.1 4.1. R OUTING OF THE WEIGHT STACK CABLE ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 4.1 5. ACCESSORIES ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ....................... 5.1 5.1. USB KEY TO UPDATE THE SW ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................ 5.1 5.2. ACCESSORIE S CABINET FOR K INESIS ................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 5.1 6. INSTALLING AND MOVIN G THE MACHINES ................................ ................................ ............................... 6.1 6.1. S PECIFICATIONS AND RE QUIREMENTS ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 6.1 6.2. I NSTALLATION ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 6.1 7. DISASSEMBLY COMPONEN TS ................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 7.1 7.1. D ISASSEMBLIG THE CABL E : A LPHA - B ETA - G AMMA - D ELTA ................................ ................................ ............... 7.1 7.2. D ISASSEMBLIG THE CABL E : O MEGA ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 7.2 7.2.1. Rear cable disassembly ................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 7.3 7.2.2. Rear cable reassembly ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................ 7.4 7.2.3. Weight stack cable and handles disassembly ................................ ................................ ......................... 7.6 7.2.4. Weight stack cable reassembly ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 7.7 7.3. D ISASSEMBLING THE HAN DLE ................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 7.15 7.4. D ISASSEMBLING THE ROT ATING PULLEY SYSTEM : A LPHA - B ETA - G AMMA - D ELTA ................................ ........... 7.16 7.5. R OTATING PULLEY SYSTE M DISASSEMBLY : O MEGA ................................ ................................ ......................... 7.17 7.6. D ISASSEM BLING THE WEIGHT STA CK : A LPHA - B ETA - G AMMA - D ELTA ................................ .............................. 7.19 7.7. D ISASSEMBLING THE WEI GHT STACK : O MEGA ................................ ................................ ................................ . 7.21 7.8. A DJUSTING FOOT DISASS EMBLY : A LPHA - B ETA - G AMMA - D ELTA ................................ ................................ ..... 7.23 7.9. A DJUSTING FOOT DIS ASSEMBLY : O MEGA ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 7.25 8. SETTINGS / WHAT TO D O IF ... ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................ 8.1 8.1. T HE WEIGHT STACK IS N OT FLOWING FLUID ................................ ................................ ................................ ....... 8.1 8.2. T HE WEIGHT STACK CABL E IS NOT TAUT : A LPHA - B ETA - G AMMA - D ELTA ................................ ........................... 8.2 8.3. T HE CABLE OF WEIGHT S TACK IS NOT IN TENSI ON ................................ ................................ .............................. 8 .3 8.4. T HE MACHINE IS NOT FL AT ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ . 8.4 8.5. T OUCH SCREEN MUST BE CALIBRATED ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 8.5 8.5.1. Touch screen first mod el “SEMTECH” ................................ ................................ ................................ . 8.6

18. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 3.4 3.3. 4 MODULES A GAINST THE WALL IN L INE KINESIS CIRCUIT Description Product Code Q.ty Module ALPHA M5550 - * 1 Set Alpha anterior P anel A0000204AA - * 1 Module BETA M5650 - * 1 Set Beta anterior Panel A0000207AA - * 1 Module GAMMA M5600 - * 1 Set Gamma anterior Panel A0000206AA - * 1 Module DELTA M5700 - * 1 Set Delta anterior Panel A0000205AA - * 1 Set anterior flat connection panel basic (■) A0000197AA - * 3 Set lateral panel A0000198AA - * 2 Set machine upper shield A0000199AA - GG 4 Set connection flat panel shield A0000200AA - GG 3 KINESIS CLASS Description Product Code Q.ty Module OMEGA M5750 4 Set Omega anterior panel A0000408 - * 4 Set anterior flat connection panel basic (■) A0000197AA - * 3 Set lateral panel for Omega A0000420 - * 2 Set machine upper shield A0000199AA - GG 4 Set connection flat panel shield A0000200AA - GG 3 (■) = Are also available the followi ng options: A0000201AA: Set anterior connection panel with towel holder, A0000202AA: Set anterior connection panel with shelf, A0000210AA: Set anterior connection panel with integrated PC. Where the " * " character must replaced by the desired colour suffix.

17. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 3.3 3.2. 2 & 2 OPPOSITE MODULES AGA INST WALL KINESIS CIR CUIT Description Product Code Q.ty Module ALPHA M5550 - * 1 Set Alpha anterior Panel A0000204AA - * 1 Module BETA M5650 - * 1 Set Beta anterior Panel A0000207AA - * 1 Module GAMMA M5600 - * 1 Set Gamma anterior Panel A0000206AA - * 1 Module DELTA M 5700 - * 1 Set Delta anterior Panel A0000205AA - * 1 Set anterior flat connection panel basic (■) A0000197AA - * 2 Set lateral panel A0000198AA - * 4 Set machine upper shield A0000199AA - GG 4 Set connection flat panel shield A0000200AA - GG 2 KINESIS CL ASS Description Product Code Q.ty Module OMEGA M5750 4 Set Omega anterior panel A0000408 - * 4 Set anterior flat connection panel basic (■) A0000197AA - * 2 Set lateral panel for Omega A0000420 - * 4 Set machine upper shield A0000199AA - GG 4 Set co nnection flat panel shield A0000200AA - GG 2 (■) = Are also available the following options: A0000201AA: Set anterior connection panel with towel holder, A0000202AA: Set anterior connection panel with shelf, A0000210AA: Set anterior connection panel with integrated PC. Where the " * " character must replaced by the desired colour suffix.

77. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 9.3 KN - 6: Interface cable of Touch screen (Touch screen – Main Board ) Touch screen CN5 Signal Colour Main Board J10 1 +5 Vdc Black 1 2 MS - DATA Black 8 3 MS - CLOCK Black 9 4 GND Black 1 0 KN - 7: Interface cable of Touch Screen ( Main Board – LCD Inverter) Main Board J8 Signal Colour LCD Inverter CN1 1 +12 Vdc power supply Black 11 2 GND Black 1 3 +3,3 Vdc power supply Black 4 4 GND Black 2 5 GND Black 3 9.2.2. CBQ C ABLES CBQ32: Cavo TGS (Main Board /CPU - Patch conn.) Scheda Principale: J12 Signal Colour Patch conn. 1 +12 Vdc power supply Red 1 3 RX Brown 8 5 TX Blu e 7 9 GND Black 3 9.2.3. CU C ABLES CU132: TGS Signal (Patch conn. – Dual TGS reader) Patch conn. Signal Colo u r Dual TGS reader CN1 1 +12 Vdc power supply Black 1 8 RX Green 2 7 TX Black 3 3 GND Black 8

76. KINESIS: Service & Maintenance manual - rev. 2.3 Pagina 9.2 9.2. WIRING 9.2.1. KN C ABLES KN - 3: Keyboard cable / USB Ports (Main Board – Power Entry Module) Power entry Module J1 Signal Colour Main Board J2 1 VCC White 1 2 USB 0 Brown 2 3 USB 1 Black 3 4 USB 2 Gray 4 5 USB 3 White 5 6 GND White 6 7 GND Blu e 7 8 VCC Red 8 9 USB 0# White 9 10 USB 1# White 10 11 USB 2# Yellow 11 12 USB 3# Green 12 13 KBCLK White 13 14 KBDAT Gray 14 KN - 5: LVDS Board Cable ( LVDS Board – Main Board) LVDS Board CN1 Signal Colour Main Board J7 1 VCC Black 1 2 VCC Black 2 3 GND Black 3 4 GND Black 4 5 TXOUT0 - Black 5 6 TXOUT0+ Black 6 7 GND Black 7 8 TXOUT1 - Black 8 9 TXOUT1+ Black 9 10 GND Black 10 11 TXOUT2 - Black 11 12 TXOUT2+ Black 12 13 GND Black 13 14 TXCLK - Black 14 15 TXCLK+ Black 15 16 GND Black 16 17 TXOUT3 - Black 17 18 TXOUT3+ Black 18 19 GND Black 19

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