Published on April 25, 2014
Thank you for choosing to purchase our home electrical treadmill. This manual includes instructions on how to operate the treadmill and issues which will require your attention. An unexpected incident will occur if the treadmill is used in an improper manner. So please read this book thoroughly and carefully before operating this treadmill. Electrical Treadmill Manual Book JLL D100 www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk
Index 2 Safety Instructions Connect with the ground Instructions 3 Voltage information 3 User Safety Instructions 3 Exercise Safety Precautions 3 Facility Safety Precautions 4 Safety key 4 Warning stickers 5 Assembly Operation Maintenance Customer Service www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk Preparing site 6 Diagram 6 Content listing 7 Electrical power requirements 7 D100 Assembly 8 Fold/Unfold the treadmill 9 Setup options 9 Configuration 10 Testing the treadmill operation 10 Specifications D100 11 User control symbols used 12 Setup 13 Starting the Treadmill 14 Heart rate indicator 14 USB audio control / Play iPhone/iPod/MP3 music 14 Stopping the treadmill 14 Data readouts 14 Quick operation guide 15 Program choices 15 Heart rate control program 16 Set up personal programmes 17 Set up pre-set programmes 17 Preventive maintenance activities 18 Warning 18 Other preventive maintenance 18 • Treadmill cleaning 19 • Treadmill balance 19 • 5 steps to lubricate the JLL D100 treadmill 19 • Treadmill lubrication 20 • Adjust running belt 20 • Adjust motor belt 21 Contacting service 22 Return material 22 Damaged parts 22 • Apparent damage 22 • Concealed damage 22
Safety Instructions Important Voltage Information B efore plugging the pow- er cable into an electrical outlet, verify that the voltage requirements for the site match the voltage of the treadmill that has been received. The power requirements for the unit include an earthed, dedicated circuit, rated for one of the following. The usu- al voltage for United Kingdom is 220 VAC, 50 Hz. Shock and electrocution hazard. • Connect unit to an earthed outlet. • Do not use voltage adapter or extension cable. • Unplug unit and let sit 10 minutes before cleaning or performing maintenance. • Electrical charge can remain in unit after unplugging. • Keep water and liquids away from electrical parts. Warning Connect with the Ground Instructions T his treadmill must be earthed and plugged into an appropriate electrical outlet that is properly installed and earthed in accordance with all local codes and ordinances. This treadmill is for use on an earthed, dedicated circuit. Make sure that the treadmill is connected to an outlet having the same configuration as the plug. Do not use a ground plug adapter to adapt the power cable to a non-grounded outlet. During use: • Do not use for stretching and do not attach straps or other devices. • Do not allow children aged 12 or younger to be on or near machine. • Stop exercise if you feel faint, dizzy, or have pain. • Use the handrails for support and to maintain balance. • Keep all body parts, clothing, and accessories, clear of moving parts. • Wait until running belt comes to a complete stop before getting off. • DO NOT jump on to a moving running belt. User safety precautions Exercise safety precautions • Use sport clothes and gym shoes. • Check your shoes regularly and see if there is any dust or hard particles attached which may cause unnecessary damage. • People with long hair should remember to tie it back. • This model should only be used at home, DO NOT use for commercial purposes. Please pay attention to the following instructions before operating this treadmill. Prior to use: • Install the treadmill according to the manual book. • Consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program. • Read instructions. • Read and understand warning labels. • Read and understand emergency stop procedures. • Maximum user weight is 120 kg, 18.8 St or 264 lb. • Inspect unit. If damaged, DO NOT USE. • Confirm whether every bolt and screw is locked tightly together. • Place your feet on the frames when starting or stopping the treadmill. 3www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk
Facility Safety Precautions • Connect the treadmill to a properly earthed outlet only. • DO NOT operate electrically powered treadmills in damp or wet locations. • Clip the safety key onto the clothing. • Use caution when getting on or off the treadmill. • Keep the running belt clean and dry at all times. • After each use, wait until the treadmill comes to a complete stop and is level. Then, switch it off and unplug it. Next remove the emergency stop key from the treadmill. • Check the treadmill for worn or loose components before each use. DO NOT use until worn or damaged parts are replaced. • Maintain regularly. Refer to “Preventive Maintenance” section. • DO NOT use the treadmill if: (1) the cable is damaged; (2) the treadmill is not working adequately or (3) the treadmill has been dropped or damaged. Look for service from a qualified technician. • DO NOT place the cable near heated surfaces or sharp edges. • DO NOT use the running machine outdoors. • DO NOT use the treadmill for 2 or more people running at the same time. • Read and understand the Manual Book completely before using the treadmill. • Ensure all users wear proper footwear on JLL equipment. • Set up and operate the treadmill on a level surface. DO NOT operate in recessed areas or on plush carpet. • As far as possible provide the following clearances: 0.5 m at each side and 2.0 m at the back. Be sure your treadmill is clear of walls, equipment and other hard surfaces. • DO NOT try repairs, electrical or mechanical. Seek qualified repair personnel. Contact JLL Customer Service at 0800 6123 988. • DO NOT modify the treadmill in any way. • All the data displayed by the monitor is for reference purposes only. • Pets must be kept away from the treadmill, whether it is active or not. Safety Key T he safety key works as an emergency stop. In case of falling off the treadmill, the safety key will be pulled out and the power will be switched off at once. Be sure the string is free of knots and has enough loose for you to workoutcomfortablywiththesafetykeyinplace.Beforeusingthe running machine, clip the safety key to your clothing. 1. Confirm that the safety key is in place in the bottom of the console. The treadmill will not start without the key in its place. 2. Check the safety clamp does not fall off in an emergency situation. Carefully step backward until the key pulls out of the console. If the safety clip falls off your clothing, clamp the key again to your clothing and repeat this step until the safety clip is properly attached to your clothes. 3. Ensure the safety clip is secured to your clothing at all times during use. 4. After use, remove the safety key from the treadmill. 5. Store the safety clip on the storage tab located on the left or right side of the handrail. 4 www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk
Warning stickers Warning stickers indicate a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Carefully read and understand the following caution and warning labels before using the unit. Caution stickers indicate a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. Warning: 1. Please read the manual carefully before you operate the electrical treadmill. 2. Before using the treadmill, holding the armrest, stand on the rails, then press the start key. The plug of this treadmill must be earthed. Do not use this treadmill if the plug is not earthed!!! WARNING: Warning: It is strictly forbidden to touch any moving parts of the treadmill!!! Warning: 1. Do not leave the treadmill before ensuring the machine has been locked tightly and properly. Keep children away from the folded machine. 2. Please do not fold the treadmill when the lock cannot tighten the machine properly. If this problem occurs, please contact our service department. WARNING: 5www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk Starting the treadmill standing on the belt is strictly prohibited! Press the lock with your foot to unfold the treadmill. Children must be away from here!
Assembly 6 www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk Console Safety key Fast / Slow button Heart sensor Handrail Vertical frame bar Motor cover Running Belt Side frames/rails Rear adjuster Incline support Pad adjuster Screw cap U-type frame Diagram Tray Transport wheel Preparing Site Before assembling, verify the choosing site meets the following criteria: • Area is well illuminate and well ventilated • Surfaced is levelled. • Free area for access to unit and emergency dismount. If it is possible keep the following clearances: 0.5 m at each side and 2.0 m at the back. • Place the treadmill in a normal environment with a relative humidity range of 30-75%. DO NOT place close to steam room, sauna, indoor pool or outdoor.
7 See content listing and diagram below for carton contents. See Customer Service for contact information if any parts are missing. Electrical Power Requirements 220VAC 50Hz Content listing ITEM QUANTITY DESCRIPTION 1 1 Manual book 2 1 Lubrication oil 3 1 Safety key 4 1 Installation tools 5 1 Base assembly (Running deck) 6 1 U-type frame 7 1 Console assembly 8 1 Power cord 9 1 Hydraulic cylinder 10 1 Tray 11 2 Plastic cover already attached to the handle bar Installation tools QUANTITY DESCRIPTION 4 Black Allen head bolts (M8 x 15) 8 Arc washer (M8) 4 Flat washer (M8) 2 Locking nuts (M8) 2 Hexagon head screw (M8 x 15) 4 Screw cap (M8) 2 Tapping screw (ST 4.2 x 16) 1 Allen key (M6) 1 Screwdriver 2 Hex double ended wrench (13 x 14) • At least two people must lift, move or assemble it. • Use safe lifting methods. Warning: Heavy equipment. www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk 1 2 4 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1. Before starting the machine, place your feet on the side frames located on each side of the running belt. NOTE: DO NOT stand on running belt. 2. After the belt starts moving, you can start walking on the running belt and enjoy the run! Warning: Falling hazard. When starting unit.
8 • Connect unit to an earthed outlet. • Do not use voltage adapter or extension cable. Shock and electrocution hazard.D100 Assembly 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 10 T he treadmill’s been assembled and tested at the factory, so you should not have any prob- lem putting all the parts together. Components are designed to fit together, and only basic tools are required for the assembly process. Inside the box you will find a tool pack (Allen key, screwdriver, nuts and bolts) which will make easy-peasy to assemble the treadmill. All you need to do is add the console unit to a running deck by a pair of frames. Follow this easy steps: 1. Screw the running deck to the U-type frame. Use the 4 arc washers and the 4 screw caps. 2. Connect the wire from the console and the handrail through the plastic clip provided, then push the excess wire into the handrail frame. DO NOT squeeze the wire. 3. Screw the handrail to the upper end of the vertical frame bar. Use the 4 black Allen head bolts and 4 arc washers. If you cannot screw it, try to move the handle a little bit until you find the right angle. 4. Rotate the console carefully by holding the handrail frame by the place where is con- nected to the console until it is in a straight position and tighten. 5. Install the hydraulic cylinder using the cylinder screws, flat washers and locking nuts. First screw the hydraulic cylinder bottom to the U-type frame. Second screw the hydraulic cylinder top to the running deck, for that you may need to push the treadmill up a little bit until it is lined up. 6. Install the tray using the tapping screws. 7. Insert the safety key. 8. Adjust the pad of U-type frame and keep the treadmill in a horizontal position. 9. Level the treadmill. 10. Set up a normal incline. 11. Plug the treadmill into the wall outlet and start enjoying the exercise! www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk
9 Set up options Insert the safety key into the corresponding socket. 1. Without anyone on the treadmill, plug the power cable. 2. Switch on the treadmill. Power switch is under the front end of the machine. The control panel will light up and all the figures in the window will go to ZERO. 3. Introduce the weight that you can see on the top right of the screen using the SPEED button. 4. Press the START button and the motor will work at the speed of 0.3 km/h. 5. Press the FAST and SLOW button to increase or decrease the speed. 6. Press the STOP button to stop the machine. 7. Put the music with MP3 format into a USB flash drive and insert it into the USB socket. On the treadmill press PLAY/ PAUSE to play the music. Change the track with SOUND-/LAST and SOUND+/NEXT buttons. For adjusting the volume, press and hold SOUND-/LAST or SOUND+/ NEXT buttons. Use the following instructions to set up the units settings Time display range 0:00 - 99:59 Distance range 0 - 9.999 km. Total distance memory Pulse display range 50 - 230 ppm Calorie display range 0 - 999 Kcal Maximum user weight 120 kg, 18.8 St or 264 lb. Programmes 10 automatic programmes Incline range 1 incline manual level Speed range 0.3 - 16 km/h (0.18 - 10 mph) Speed direct choice 3, 4, 5 and 8 km/h Speaker High-fidelity stereo speaker Music MP3 and USB audio interface Fold/Unfold the treadmill Fold: On the right hand size of the running deck, by the frame, there is a security lock that you must unscrew to allow the running machine to fold up. Hold the end of the running belt, by the side frames/rails, and lift it until the machine gets an upright position and you hear a click from the security lock clasp. Unfold: Press the security lock clasp with your foot. Push the running belt down, holding it by the side frames. The running deck will go down slowly thanks to the hydraulic system. www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk • Stand on the side frames. • Do not stand on running belt. When starting unit.
10 www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk Configuration LCD brightness adjustment 1. In STANDBY mode, press START and then quickly press STOP. The speed display window will be flashing. 2. Adjust the brightness of the LCD screen using FAST/SLOW button. 3. Press START to save the adjustments. • Stand on the side frames. • Do not stand on running belt. Warning: Falling hazard. When starting unit. User controls 1 Left speaker 2 Program key 3 Stop key 4 Start key 5 Set key 6 Safety key 7 Slow key 8 Fast key 9 Right speaker 10 Easy speed key 11 Easy speed key 12 LCD 13 Sound-/Last 14 Play/Pause 15 Sound+/Next 16/17 Headphone/USB Use the following instructions to test the full speed of the treadmill and to check the belt for proper operation. JLL recommends that the treadmill is unplugged or the on/off power (I/O) is switched off (O) when not in use. 1. Without anyone on the machine, plug the treadmill. Ensure the power cord is not being pinched under the front of the treadmill. 2. Locate the on/off (I/O) power switch under the front end of the treadmill (image above). Switch it to the on position (I). The control panel will light up. 3. The weight digits will flash. Adjust the weight using the SPEED button located on the handrail. 4. Press START button and the motor will work at the speed of 0.3 km/h. Check if the monitor is working normally. 5. Observe the belt to see if it is running properly; it should be centred in the middle of the deck. If you have problems with the running belt operation, see Adjust Running Belt in the Preventive Maintenance chapter. 6. Press the FAST and SLOW button to check whether they are working. Run the treadmill through its full speed range. First press the FAST button until the treadmill reaches its highest speed. Then press the SLOW button until the treadmill is back to 0.3 km/h. 7. Press the STOP button and check if the machine stops working. Testing the Treadmill Operation
11www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk Specifications D100: Store Foldable and easy transport Packing 161cm (63.4”) x 75.5cm (29.7”) x 26cm (10.2”) Occupying area 165 cm (65”) x 70 cm (27.6”) x 130 cm (51.2”) Folded area 80 cm (31.5”) x 70 cm (27.6”) x 145 cm(57.1”) Running area 115 cm (45.3”) x 40 cm (15.8”) Weight of product 58 kg Shipping weight 66 kg (when delivered) Maximum user weight 120 kg, 18.8 st, 264 lb Power rating 220 VAC 50 Hz Horse-power Continuous power: 2.5 HP (1800W), Peak Power: 4.5 HP (3350W) Motor DC motor (Direct Current Motor) Controller Digital micro-computer controller Incline range 1 level manual incline Speed range 0.3 - 16 km/h (0.18 - 10 mph) Quick buttons Quick Speed Choice: 3, 4, 5 and 8 km/h Programmes 10 running programmes, pause workout memory function Console features Blue LCD: time, speed, distance, heart rate and calories Safety Emergency stop key, smooth start/stop function, safety handrail with speed buttons, shock absorption system Item holder Yes Fan No Entertainment USB audio interface, high powered speakers. MP3 connection
Operation Read and understand all instructions and warnings before using the treadmill. Understand all the safety procedure located in the Safety chapter. 12 User Control Symbols Used Program Play/Pause Sound+/Next Sound-/Last Quick speed Quick speed Quick speed Quick speed Set up Stop Start Speed up Speed down Press SET to establish the parameters Press STOP once to stop the running belt, end the workout session, and start the Workout Review. Press STOP again to exit to Set up options Press START once to start the running belt Adjust speed up Adjust speed down Press PROGRAM to set the wanted exercise Press START once to play the music. Press PAUSE to stop it. Adjust volume up / Change song. Adjust volume down / Change song. Set the speed at 3 km/h Set the speed at 4 km/h Set the speed at 5 km/h Set the speed at 8 km/h www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk
Set up parameter The treadmill should be completely stopped. 1. Press SET button and all the numbers in the display area will become ZERO. 2. Press SET button several times to change different settings and the number in the display area will flick. • 2 times to change TIME. • 3 times to change SPEED. • 4 times to change DISTANCE. • 5 times to change HEART RATE. 3. Press FAST or SLOW button to rectify the numbers. 4. Press START button to start or STOP button to cancel. Pause/Stop During the treadmill workout, press the STOP button once for stopping the treadmill and keep the data recorded so far. If you press the STOP button again, all the digits on the display area will re- turn to ZERO. Quick easy speed On the right hand side of the screen, there are 4 buttons of speed. Press START and then any of them to change automatically the speed. 3: 3 km/h 4: 4 km/h 5: 5 km/h 8: 8 km/h Exit set up mode Press the STOP button to exit Setup options. Setup Total distance shown Treadmill in STANDBY mode and all data in the window are ZERO. 1. Press SET to show set data. 2. Press SET again and hold the button for 8 - 10 seconds to show the total distance. Time Speed Distance Incline Calories / Heart Rate Console display 13www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk
14 Data Readouts As you exercise, the treadmill keeps track of the following data: Time: The total time you have been working out or time remaining. Display time as hours:minutes. Speed: Your current speed, displayed in km/h. Distance: The total accumulated distance, in kilometres, during your workout. Calories: The total accumulated calories burned during your workout. Pulse: Your current heart rate. Heart rate will appear when a signal is introduced. Use the hand sensors to display of heart rate. Starting the Treadmill Maximum user weight is up to 120 kg, 18.8 St or 264 lb. 1. Place each of your feet on the side frames located on each side of the running belt. 2. Clip the safety key onto your clothing and carefully test the safety key to ensure it will activate in case of an emergency. See Safety Key in the Safety Chapter (p. 4) for proper testing of the safety key. Be sure the string is free of knots and has enough slack for you to run comfortably with the safety key in place. 3. Press START button. 4. Hold the handrails while you step onto the running belt and begin walking. 5. Press the SLOW or FAST buttons to change the treadmill speed at any time. The left display will show the current speed. 6. Press the STOP key at any time to stop the running belt. If the safety key is removed during a workout, the drive motor power shuts off immediately, causing the belt to stop. When a workout is complete, the belt slows down to stop and a workout review is displayed until you press the STOP button. The treadmill returns to STANDBY mode. Stopping the Treadmill Press STOP once to end the workout session. The treadmill will smoothly stop and the accumulated data will be displayed. Press STOP again to exit. Emergency dismount: If you experience pain, feel faint or need to stop your treadmill in an emer- gency situation. 1. Hold handrails for support. 2. Step onto the side frames. 3. Pull the safety key off the console. Safety key function: The safety key functions as the emer- gency stop. In an emergency situation, remove the safety key from the tread- mill and the running belt will stop. www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk Contact Heart Rate Indicator Lightly hold the hand sensors on the handlebar ensuring that hands are clean. A heart rate will display. Factors that interfere with heart rate signal: • Hand lotions, oils or body powder • Excessive dirt • Excessive movement NOTE: Calories and Heart Rate share the same window on the LCD screen. Calories are always shown on the display, but for the heart rate you have to hold hand sensors on the handlebar for display. Play iPhone/iPod/MP3 music All music files should be in MP3 format. Leave the iPod/ iPhone/MP3 on the desired folder, the treadmill does not have the option of move through those different folders. 1. ConnectiPod/iPhone/MP3intotheheadphoneconnection using an auxiliary cable. 2. Place iPod/iPhone/MP3 onto the tray. 3. Operate from your own device to change the song and the volume. NOTE: There is no iPod/iPhone pin connection. The iPod/iPhone will not be charge while connected. USB audio control To use an USB port you should have all music files in MP3 format. 1. Connect USB drive into the USB audio interface control. It will play automatically. 2. Press SOUND+/NEXT to change to the next song. Press and hold it to increase the volume. 3. Press SOUND-/LAST to change to the previous song. Press and hold it to decrease the volume.
15 Quick Operation Guide Maximum user weight is 120 kg, 18.8 St or 264 lb. 1. Place your feet on the side frames located on each side of the running belt. 2. Clip the safety key onto your clothing and test it as described under Safety Stop in the Safety Chapter (page 4). 3. Press START button. 4. Hold the handrails while you step onto the running belt and begin walking. 5. Press the QUICK SPEED buttons to change the belt speed at 3, 4, 5 or 8 km/h. 6. Press the SLOW or FAST keys to change the belt speed at any time. The left display will show the current speed. 7. Press the STOP key at any time to stop the running belt. • Stand on the side frames of the running belt. • Do not stand on the running belt. Warning: Falling hazard. When starting unit www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk Program choices
16 www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk Heart rate control program Treadmill in STANDBY mode and all data in the window are ZERO. 1. Press SET button 5 times. The heart rate will show on the display area. 2. Press FAST or SLOW button to amend this number. 3. Press START button to start or STOP to cancel. 4. Put your hands on the heart sensor and hold the handrail while exercising. 5. The machine will adjust the speed to reach the pulse that you set up. If the pulse is lower, the speed will increase. If the pulse is higher, the speed will decrease. NOTE: The maximum speed on this program is 6 km/h.
1. Press PROGRAM button twice and hold for 10 seconds until you see PO2 on the heart rate section and 1 on the distance section (Left image). 2. Press FAST/SLOW button to set up the speed. 3. Press SET button to save the first section. Once this has been done, your setting will automatically change to section 2. This process can be repeated until you reach section 10 (Right image). 4. Press SET to save the changes. Program 02 setting: 1. Press PROGRAM button three times and hold for 10 seconds until you see PO3 on the heart rate section and 1 on the dis- tance section (Left image). 2. Press FAST/SLOW button to set up the speed. 3. Press SET button to save the first section. Once this has been done, your setting will automatically change to section 2 (Right im- age). 4. This process can be repeated until you reach section 10. 5. Press SET to save the changes. Program 03 setting: Program 01 setting: 1. Press PROGRAM button and hold for 10 seconds until you see PO1 on the heart rate section and 1 on the distance section of the screen (Left image). 2. Press FAST/SLOW button to set up the speed. 3. Press SET button to save the first section. Your setting will automatically change to section 2 on the distance section (Right im- age). 4. This process can be repeated until you reach section 10. 5. Press SET to save the changes. Set up pre-set programmes The treadmill should be completely stopped. 1. Press PROGRAM. There are 10 different programmes. 2. Use the PROGRAM button to select the preferred program. 3. The treadmill will work on the chosen program. 4. Press STOP once to pause, twice to skip the program. NOTE: Each program has 10 speeds sections that will change every 200 metres. You will not be able to change the speed during the pre-set programmes. They will change automatically. 17www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk Set up personal programmes With the JLL treadmill D100 you can set your own 3 running programmes. Each program has 10 speed sections that change every 200 metres and you can set up every section. Follow the steps:
Maintenance • Must be performed by trained service personnel only. • Use only JLL replacement parts. • Unplug unit and let sit 10 minutes before cleaning or performing maintenance. • Keep water and liquids away from electrical parts. • Electrical charge can remain in unit after unplugging. Warning for maintenance, service and repair Other Preventive Maintenance Other preventive maintenance activities must be completed by a qualified service technician at the recommended intervals. Failure to do so could result in serious injury. These activities include: • Flipping or replacing the running deck. • Replacing the running belt. Static electricity: Depending on where the treadmill is placed, you may experience dry air, causing a common experience of static electricity. You can notice that by walking across a carpet and then touching a metal object. On your treadmill you may experience a shock due to the build-up of static electricity on your body and the discharge path of the tread- mill. If you experience this type of situation, you may want to increase the humidity to a comfortable level through the use of a humidifier. Maintenance must be performed on a regular basis. Performing maintenance actions can aid in providing safe, trouble-free operation of all JLL equipment. JLL is not responsible for performing regular inspection and maintenance actions for your machines. Instruct all personal in equipment inspection and maintenance actions and also in accident reporting/ recording. JLL representatives are available to answer any questions that you may have. 18 E very JLL treadmill comes from the factory perfectly tightened with an excellent state of lubrication. However, you just need to follow simple steps to maintain it. Keep the running machine in a clean state would help to prolong its life. Perform regular preventive maintenance to ensure normal operation of unit. Keep a log of all maintenance actions to assist in staying current with all preventive maintenance activities. JLL is not responsible for performing regular inspection or maintenance actions for your unit. Instruct all user in maintenance actions Instruct all users in equipment inspection and maintenance actions. Contact JLL Customer Service at 0800 6123 988 for any preventive maintenance or service concerns. Read and understand warnings listed in this chapter and the Safety Section. Read and understand all instructions in this section. During maintenance, disconnect the power cable. Tool Required: • Water • Dry cloth • Allen key • Vacuum • Lubrication oil Preventive Maintenance activities • Only use water to clean and dust. Do not use any cleaning product because they may damage the treadmill. • Be careful not to spill or get excessive moisture between the edge of the display panel and the console, as this might create an electrical hazard or cause failure of the electronics. • Direct spraying could cause damage to the electronics and may void the warranty. Warning www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk
19 Treadmill Cleaning K eep the running belt free of dust and debris for smooth running and prevent injuries. They could damage the electric motor and other moving parts. After every workout use a neat, dry cloth for cleaning the treadmill and the handrails to prevent the machine of corrosion. And wipe away any sweat that may have dripped onto the running belt. Avoid scratching the display by using a soft cloth and no pa- per towel. Contaminants, such as hand lotions, oils or body powder, may come off on the heart rate sensors. These can reduce sensitivity and interfere with the heart rate signal. It is recommended that the user have clean hands when using the contact heart rate. Clean the handles using a cloth dampened with water. For cleaning the console unplug the machine and clean with a dust free cloth. For further cleaning, use a soft cloth or paper towel damped with water. Do not use abrasive or chemical cleaning agents. 3 easy steps to clean your treadmill: 1. Set the speed at 2 km/h and put a humid, clean cloth at the end of the running belt, hold it there and move it along the end of the running belt until it is free of dust. 2. Vacuum or sweep the floor underneath and around the treadmill to prevent that any speck goes into the mechanism. A treadmill mat can help to avoid dust goes into it. 3. Vacuum cleaner or soft, damp cloth to clean treadmill’s entire cover area. When not using product for an extended period of time the product should be disconnected from the power supply. To avoid serious injury or death: • Replace worn or damaged components immediately and keep the equipment out of use until repair is completed. • Unplug unit when not in use or when performing maintenance. Warning: Equipment hazard Treadmill Balance P lace the running machine on a level floor for avoiding off-balance. If that is not possible, adjust the treadmill by altering the big screws with plastic head located underneath the frames. Check if the treadmill is balanced: 1. Stand on the machine with your feet on the side frames. 2. Put your weight on the right side first and then switch to the left side. 3. If you feel any shakiness, adjust those big screws with plastic head. 5 steps to lubricate the JLL D100 treadmill 1. Unplug the treadmill. 2. Access to the deck by lifting the belt on the treadmill up with your fingers or with something flat and no sharp. 3. Look at the running board or touch it to check if it is oily or not. In case of dryness, use the lubrication oil provided with every treadmill machine, apply it on the running deck and spread a straight line down the side of the deck. 4. Repeat on the other side. 5. Turn on the machine and leave it running for around 2-3 minutes at 3-4 km/h. Walk on the treadmill to help spreading the lubrication oil. www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk
20 Treadmill Lubrication If the level of friction between the deck and the belt is high, it will damage the motor and electronics. The running belt must be lubricated by a special lubrication oil after a period of usage. A well-lubricated treadmill will have a smooth running and last longer. Recommendation: • Less than 3 hours per week of use, lubricate it every 6 months. • 3-6 hours per week, lubricate it every 3 months. • More than 6 hours per week, lubricate it every month. Tool Required: • Special lubrication oil (provided in the box) www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk Adjust Running Belt After a period of time, the user will feel there is a pause sensation whilst running. Running belt can loose and stretch a bit over time causing a slipping sensation if it is not adjusted and tightened when is needed. If the belt is too tight, this may cause harm to your motor and/or roller. A belt too loose or too tight can cause wear and tear of both the belt and the board. Check If The Running Belt Is Loosen 1. One way of checking is every time you use the treadmill, set the speed at 2-3 km/h. Walk on the machine and try to stop the running belt with your feet while holding the handrails and pulling your body on the opposite direction. If the belt stops, means that it is loosen and needs to be tightened. 2. Another way is checking if the gap between the running belt and the running board is smaller than 5-6 mm, that means that the running belt is loosen. Tight The Running Belt: 1. Power off. 2. Turn the two belt adjustment screws, located at the rear, clockwise to tighten the belt slightly by quarters. 3. Get back to the treadmill and check the belt (read description above). If it is still loose, re-adjust the belt screws by another quarter. Until you get a tighten belt. 4. Run the machine on its own for 1-2 minutes to see if the belt stays in the middle. 5. Do the final test. Leave the machine running for a couple of minutes at 6-8 km/h 6. If the running belt stays in the centre, we can use the treadmill straight away. Adjust The Belt When Is Not In The Centre (Bear Left Or Right): Usually between the frames and the running belt there should be a gap of 5-6 mm on both sides. If that gap is different it means that the belt is eccentric. So we have to put it back to the right position by following these steps: 1. Power on and set the speed at 2-3 km/h and adjust the screw at the end of the treadmill slowly with the Allen key. 2. If the belt slants to the left, adjust the left bolt clockwise or adjust the right bolt counter clockwise. If the belt slants to the right, adjust in the opposite manner. 3. While adjusting the belt, check if the gap of difference has disappeared, if it is still there, screw the bolt again. Repeat this procedure until the running belt is in the centre. It does not need to be aligned perfectly, but ensure it is not scraping or rubbing on anything on the sides. 4. Set the speed at 6 km/h to check if the running belt is still in the same position. Once you checked that, the treadmill is ready to use. The running belt should be replaced every 24.000 km. The running deck should be flipped every 24.000 km and replaced every 48.000 km. A service prompt will appear at this interval and the parts will need to be replaced.
www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk 21 Adjust Motor Belt After a period of time, the user will feel there is a pause sensation whilst running. That may be due to a loose drive belt, so adjust the motor belt would be necessary. First of all, you have to check if it is loose following the steps below: Check If The Motor Belt Is Loosen 1. Unplug the treadmill. 2. Remove the motor cover by unscrewing the bolts on each side. You will see the motor located on the left hand side of the treadmill. 3. The easy way of checking is by touching the drive belt to feel if it is slack. If you can wiggle the belt up and down, means that the drive belt is loose. 4. Another way of checking is setting the speed at 2-3 km/h. Walk on the machine and try to stop the running belt with your feet while holding the handrails and pulling your body on the opposite direction. If the motor pulley stops and the front drive roller keeps running means that the motor belt is loose and it needs to be tightened. Tight The Running Belt: 1. Power off. 2. Locate the four bolts holding the motor. 3. Loosen those four bolts, but do not remove them. 4. Locate the long tensioning bolt that goes from the front edge of the treadmill to the front edge of the motor pallet. NOTE: You should remove the plastic cover to have access to the long tension bolt. 5. Use an Allen key in a clockwise sensation to tighten the tensioning bolt just enough to remove the slipping. 6. Check the tension on the belt. 7. Power on the machine and check if the motor belt is still loose. NOTE: DO NOT tight the motor belt too much, it will cause the motor shaft to snap.
Customer Service Return Material Y ou must let us know in writing. You may cancel your order for a full refund prior to your order being shipped. If you cancel your order after it has been shipped, you are responsible for any and all freight charges incurred by JLL Electronics Ltd. Any unpaid freight charges will be deducted from your refund. We advise you to check the status of your order before you cancel. Keep all shipping boxes and packing materials as they will be needed in the return process. Under Distance Selling Regulations you have the right to cancel your order for a full refund up to 7 days after receiving the goods. However, the goods must be in an unused condition and all packaging must be intact. In this instance you will be liable for all delivery charges incurred by JLL Electronics (UK) Ltd. Contacting Service All of JLL’s products have longer guarantee’s than most on the market. If you have purchased a treadmill from us and experience any problems call us on 0800 6123 988, Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Find more information on the web: www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk Concealed Damage: If you notice a damage after the item has been delivered, you must reported to the carrier as soon as possible. A written or phone request to the carrier asking them to perform an inspection of the materials must be made within ten days of the delivery date. The carrier will provide you with an inspection report and the necessary forms for filing a concealed damage claim. Concealed damage claim is the carrier’s responsibility. Damaged Parts Apparent Damage: When you receive your package, check all items carefully. Any damage seen with a visual check must be noted on the carrier’s delivery note where possible and signed by the delivery company. Inform us within 7 working days of the delivery and send a picture of the damage product to firstname.lastname@example.org. JLL Electronics will, at its option, repair the product, replace the item or issue a refund. You will not be charged for the cost of returning a defective product. 22 M aterials damaged in shipment should not be returned for credit. Shipping damages are the responsibility of the carrier companies (TNT, YODEL, etc.) If a product is either received faulty or it develops a fault, please in the first instance contact our Help- desk on 0800 6123 988 and have your proof of pur- chase ready. www.jllfitness.co.uk www.jllelectronics.co.uk
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