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Model#: 15-1350 STAMINA PRODUCTS MADE IN CHINA

Product May Vary Slightly From Pictured.

2008. 07

Exercise can present a health risk. Consult a physician before beginning any exercise program with this equipment.

If you feel faint or dizzy. immediately discontinue use of this equipment. Serious bodily injury can occur if this equipment is not assembled and used correctly. Serious bodily injury can also occur if all instructions are not followed. Keep others and pets away from equipment when in use. Always make sure all bolts and nuts are tightened prior to each use.

Follow all safety instructions in this manual.

When calling for parts or service. please specify the following number.

WARNING

CAUTION: Weight on this product should not exceed 250 lbs.

2008 Stamina Products. Inc.

2040 N. Alliance. Springfield. MO 65803 Customer Service 1 (800) 375-7520 www.staminaproducts.com

This Product is Produced Exclusively by

Owner's Manual

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Safety Instructions Before You Begin Equipment Warning & Notice Labels Hardware Identification Chart Assembly Instructions Set Up Instructions Operational Instructions Storage

Maintenance Conditioning Guidelines Warm-Up and Cool-Down Warranty Product Parts Drawing Parts List Notes Fax/Mail Ordering Form

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

To reduce the risk of serious injury. read the following Safety Instructions before using the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike.

WARNING:

Before starting any exercise or conditioning program you should consult with your personal physician to see if you require a complete physical exam. This is especially important if you are over the age of 35. have never exercised before. are pregnant. or suffer from any illness. READ AND FOLLOW THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS BODILY INJURY.

WARNING:

Read all warnings posted on the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike.

The Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike should only be used after a thorough review of the Owner's Manual.

We recommend that two people be available for assembly of this product.

Keep children away from the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike. Do not allow children to use or play on the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike. Keep children and pets away from the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike when it is in use.

The Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike is not a freewheeling exercise bike; therefore. pedal speed should be reduced in a controlled manner to prevent injury from spinning pedals.

Make sure that the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike is properly assembled and tightened before use.

It is recommended that you place this exercise equipment on an equipment mat.

Set up and operate the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike on a solid level surface. Do not position the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike on loose rugs or uneven surfaces.

Make sure that adequate space is available for access to and around the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike.

Adjust the LEVELING CAPS on the REAR STABILIZER so that the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike sits on the floor without rocking.

Before using. inspect the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike for worn or loose components. and tighten or replace any loose or worn components prior to use.

The ADJUSTMENT KNOB(37) should be securely tightened prior to use.

Each user should adjust the seat per instructions on page 12.

Before using. always check the seat post to be sure it is secure. The adjustment knob must be inserted into one of the holes in the seat post and tightened.

Consult a physician prior to commencing an exercise program. If. at any time during exercise. you feel faint. dizzy. or experience pain. stop and consult your physician.

Follow your physician's recommendations in developing your own personal fitness program.

Always choose the workout which best fits your physical strength and flexibility level. Know your limits and train within them. Always use common sense when exercising.

Do not wear loose or dangling clothing while using the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike.

Never exercise in bare feet or socks; always wear proper footwear such as running. walking. or cross training shoes that fit well. provide foot support. and feature non-skid rubber soles.

Care should be taken in mounting or dismounting the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike.

The Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike should not be used by persons weighing over 250 pounds.

The Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike should be used by only one person at a time.

The Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike is for consumer use only. It is not for use in public or semipublic facilities.

Use two people to move the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike.

THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING THE Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike

To help you get started. we have pre-assembled most of your Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike at the factory with the exception of those few parts left unassembled for shipping purposes.

Simply follow the few assembly instructions set forth in this manual.

With regular workouts. you will be getting your body into shape and be on your way to achieving a happier and healthier lifestyle.

Should you have any questions. please call our Customer Service Department toll-free number.

1 (800) 375-7520 Monday - Thursday. 7:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Central Time.

Friday. 8:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. Central Time.

CALL US FIRST

Customer Service 1(800) 375-7520 www.staminaproducts.com

TELEPHONE CUSTOMER SERVICE Tel: 1 (800) 375-7520

FAX CUSTOMER SERVICE Fax: (417) 889-8064

MAIL STAMINA PRODUCTS. INC.

ATTN: Customer Service P.O. Box 1071 Springfield. MO. 65801-1071

ONLINE CUSTOMER SERVICE [email protected] www.staminaproducts.com

BEFORE YOU BEGIN

Seat Cushion

Rear Stabilizer

Foam Grip

Endcap

Meter

Crank

Right Cover

Back Cushion

Leveling Cap

Seat Frames

Right Handrail

Right Pedal

Front Stabilizer

Front Frame

Left Cover

Left Pedal

THE FOLLOWING TOOLS ARE INCLUDED FOR ASSEMBLY : Wrench

Allen Wrench (6mm)

Warning Label

Thank you for choosing the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike. We take great pride in producing this quality product and hope it will provide many hours of quality exercise to make you feel better. look better. and enjoy life to its fullest.

It's a proven fact that a regular exercise program can improve your physical and mental health. Too often. our busy lifestyles limit our time and opportunity to exercise. The Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike provides a convenient and simple method to begin your assault on getting your body in shape and achieving a happier and healthier lifestyle.

Before reading further. please review the drawing below and familiarize yourself with the parts that are labeled.

Read this manual carefully before using the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike.

Although Stamina constructs its products with the finest materials and uses the highest standards of manufacturing and quality control. there can sometimes be missing parts or incorrectly sized parts. If you have any questions or problems with the parts included with your Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike. please do not return the product. Contact us FIRST!

If a part is missing or defective. please call us toll free at 1-800-375-7520 (in the U.S.). Our Customer Service Staff is available to assist you from 7:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (Central Time) Monday through Thursday and 8:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. (Central Time) on Friday.

If you would like to contact us online. go to our website at www.staminaproducts.com and access the Customer Service section.

Be sure to have the name and model number of the product available when you contact us.

Tension Knob

Adjustment Knob

Rear Frame

Leveling Cap

EQUIPMENT WARNING & NOTICE LABELS

This chart is provided to help identify the warning & notice labels on the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike.

Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with all of the warning & notice labels.

Label is larger than actual size

WARNING LABEL(71) W1

ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

STEP 1 Attach the FRONT STABILIZER(2). the short one with the ENDCAPS(36). to the front of the FRONT FRAME(1) with CARRIAGE BOLTS(M8x1.25x65mm)(47). ARC WASHERS(M8)(65). LOCK WASHERS(M8)(67). and ACORN NUTS(M8x1.25)(61).

You can adjust the LEVELING CAPS(40) on the REAR STABILIZER(4) to keep the Recumbent Bike stable.

STEP 3 Attach the LEFT and RIGHT SEAT FRAMES(5. 6) to both sides of the REAR FRAME(3) with BUTTON HEAD BOLTS(M10x1.5x122mm)(49). WASHERS(M10)(69). and NYLOCK NUTS(M10x1.5)(59).

STEP 2 Unscrew to remove the ADJUSTMENT KNOB(37) from the FRONT FRAME(1). Slide the REAR FRAME(3) backward and secure with the ADJUSTMENT KNOB(37). Attach the REAR STABILIZER(4). the one with the LEVELING CAPS(40). to the REAR FRAME(3) with CARRIAGE BOLTS(M8x1.25x65mm)(47). ARC WASHERS(M8)(65). LOCK WASHERS(M8)(67). and ACORN NUTS(M8)(61).

NOTE:

Place all parts from the box in a cleared area and position them on the floor in front of you. Remove all packing materials from your area and place them back into the box. Do not dispose of the packing materials until assembly is completed. Read each step carefully before beginning. If you are missing a part please call our toll-free number for assistance 1-800-375-7520 or e-mail us at: [email protected]

ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

STEP 4 NOTE: Install the HEX BOLTS(M6x1x37mm)(50) as shown in the illustration above. This allows the head of the bolts to fit inside the hex shape holes in the SEAT FRAMES(5. 6).

Attach the RIGHT HANDRAIL(8) to the RIGHT SEAT FRAME(6) with HEX BOLTS(M6x1x37mm)(50).

ARC WASHERS(M6)(64). LOCK WASHERS(M6)(66). and ACORN NUTS(M6x1)(60). Repeat on the left side.

STEP 5 Attach the SEAT CUSHION(41) to the LEFT and RIGHT SEAT FRAMES(5. 6) with ROUND HEAD BOLTS (M6x1x35mm)(51).

Attach the BACK CUSHION(42) to the LEFT and RIGHT SEAT FRAMES(5. 6) with ROUND HEAD BOLTS (M6x1x35mm)(51).

ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

Bracket

Cable End

Spring Hook

Metal Fitting

Strap A

Strap B

A.

B.

STEP 6 Refer to illustration A. Pull the ends of the TENSION CABLE(24) and SENSOR WIRE(28) out of the FRONT FRAME(1). There are two straps attached inside of the METER POST(26) to assist when pulling the SENSOR WIRE(28) and the TENSION CABLE(24) through the METER POST(26). Tie STRAP A to the plug end of the SENSOR WIRE(28). Tie STRAP B to the BRACKET of the TENSION CABLE(24). Pull the STRAP A from the square hole on the top of the METER POST(26) until the SENSOR WIRE(28) is pulled through and extends out of the square hole. Pull the STRAP B from the square hole on the side of the METER POST(26) until the TENSION CABLE(24) extends out of the side. Insert the METER POST(26) onto the FRONT FRAME(1) and secure with BUTTON HEAD BOLT(M8x1.25x15mm)(48). LOCK WASHERS(M8)(67). and ARC WASHERS(M8)(65).

STEP 7 Refer to illustration B and the inset drawing. Turn the TENSION KNOB(25) counterclockwise as far as it can go. so the CABLE END extends out of the metal fitting as far as possible. Connect the CABLE END of the TENSION KNOB(25) into the SPRING HOOK on the end of the TENSION CABLE(24). Pull on the CABLE END of the TENSION KNOB(25) firmly so that enough cable is available to insert the CABLE END through the slot in the BRACKET. Then insert the METAL FITTING on the CABLE END of the TENSION KNOB(25) into the hole at the end of the slot in the BRACKET. Adjust the TENSION KNOB(25) and verify that the SPRING HOOK moves when the TENSION KNOB(25) is adjusted. Attach the TENSION KNOB(25) to the METER POST(26) with FLAT HEAD SCREW(M5x0.8x10mm)(55).

ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

STEP 8 NOTE: The RIGHT PEDAL(35) has R stamped on the end of the pedal shaft. The RIGHT PEDAL(35) has right hand threads and is tightened by turning clockwise. The LEFT PEDAL(34) has L stamped on the end of the pedal shaft. The LEFT PEDAL(34) has left hand threads and is tightened by turning counter clockwise.

Thread the RIGHT PEDAL(35) to the right side of the CRANK(9) as shown. Tighten the pedal securely. Do the same to attach the LEFT PEDAL(34) to the left side of the CRANK(9).

STEP 9 Install two AA batteries into the METER(27). two batteries included. See page 13 for detailed battery installation instructions. Plug the SENSOR WIRE(28) into the METER(27). and push the excess wires back into the METER POST(26). Place the METER(27) onto the plate on the METER POST(26) and secure with ROUND HEAD SCREWS(M5x0.8x15mm)(54).

NOTE: Be careful not to damage the wires when attaching the METER(27).

Locate and read the WARNING LABEL(71) on the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike. Make sure that all users read the WARNING LABEL(71).

EQUIPMENT MAT Please note the Rear Frame of the Recumbent Bike is adjustable. Use the longest size to determine the size of the mat.

CAUTION:

SET UP INSTRUCTIONS

Place the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike in the area where it will be used. It is recommended that the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike be placed on an equipment mat. The Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike is approximately 61 3/4 inches long (max.) x 27 1/2 inches wide x 36 inches tall. (These dimensions may vary up to one inch.) An area 4 feet wide x 7 feet long is required for safe operation of the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike. Make sure that adequate space is available for access to and passage around the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike.

FUNCTION INSPECTION:

Visually inspect the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike to verify that assembly is as shown in the above illustration. Check the function of the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike by turning the crank slowly through one complete revolution to verify that the drive train functions properly. Adjust the TENSION KNOB(25) and verify that it functions properly.

Adjust the LEVELING CAPS(40) on the REAR STABILIZER(4) so the bike sits on the floor without rocking. Remove and reposition the LEVELING CAPS(40) on the REAR STABILIZER (4) to level the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike.

The Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike must be lifted to be moved. Two people are required to grasp the FRONT STABILIZER(2) and the REAR STABILIZER(4). lift and move.

LEVELING:

MOVING:

OPERATIONAL INSTRUCTIONS

SEAT ADJUSTMENT

CAUTION:

Unscrew to remove the ADJUSTMENT KNOB(37) from the FRONT FRAME(1). Slide the REAR FRAME (3) to adjust the seat. Lock the REAR FRAME(3) in position by inserting the pin of the ADJUSTMENT KNOB(37) into one of the adjustment holes in the REAR FRAME(3). then tighten the ADJUSTMENT KNOB(37) to lock the REAR FRAME(3) securely.

Sit on the seat and place your feet on the pedals. You should be able to move through a complete pedal stroke without locking your knees or shifting your hips on the seat. The seat is too close to the pedals if you have more than a slight bend in your knees at the bottom of the pedal stroke. The seat is too far from the pedals if you have to completely straighten your knees at the bottom of the pedal stroke.

Do not attempt to adjust the seat while you are on the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike.

Always tighten the ADJUSTMENT KNOB(37) after adjusting the seat to a new position.

To increase the load. turn the TENSION KNOB(25) clockwise. To decrease the load. turn the TENSION KNOB(25) counterclockwise.

LOAD ADJUSTMENT

Proper seat adjustment is important. There are seven adjustment holes in the REAR FRAME(3). These adjustment holes allow users to adjust the position of the seat for efficient exercise.

USING THE METER

Open the Battery Door on the back of the meter.

The meter operates with two AA batteries. two batteries included.

Refer to the illustration to install or replace the batteries.

Do not mix a new battery with an old battery.

Use the same type of battery. Do not mix an alkaline battery with another type of battery.

Rechargeable batteries are not recommended.

NOTE:

CALORIES:

HOW TO INSTALL AND REPLACE BATTERIES:

TIME:

Automatically scans each function of TIME. SPEED. DISTANCE. and CALORIES in sequence with change every four seconds. Press and release the button until "SCAN" appears on the display.

Displays the time from one second up to 99:59 minutes.

Displays the current speed from zero to 999.9 miles per hour.

Displays the distance from zero to 99.99 miles.

Displays the calorie consumption from zero to 999.9 Kcal.

The calorie readout is an estimate for an average user. It should be used only as a comparison between workouts on this unit.

SPEED:

FUNCTIONS:

SCAN:

DISTANCE:

Pedal movement or push the button.

Automatic shut off after four minutes of inactivity.

POWER OFF :

POWER ON :

MODE/RESET BUTTON:

Press to select display functions. include SCAN. TIME.

SPEED. DISTANCE. and CALORIES.

Press and hold for three seconds to reset all functions to zero.

The meter will shut off automatically after four minutes of inactivity. All function values will be kept. Push the button and hold it down for three seconds to reset all functions to zero.

NOTE:

OPERATIONAL INSTRUCTIONS

AA Batteries

STORAGE

To store the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike. simply keep it in a clean dry place.

Adjust the REAR FRAME(3) into the FRONT FRAME(1) to the shortest position. The Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike is approximately 39 3/4 inches long x 27 1/4 inches wide x 32 1/4 inches tall.

These dimensions will vary. Please measure your Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike if exact dimensions are needed.

Use two people to lift the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike from the FRONT STABILIZER(2) and REAR STABILIZER(4) to move.

To avoid damage to the electronics. remove the batteries before storing the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike for one year or more.

MAINTENANCE

The safety and integrity designed into the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike can only be maintained when the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike is regularly examined for damage and wear. Special attention should be given to the following:

Adjust the TENSION KNOB(25) and verify that the Magnetic System provides tension. The Magnetic System should provide many years of use.

Use a wrench to verify that the pedals are tightened securely. If tightening is required. remember that the left pedal has left hand threads and is tightened by turning counterclockwise.

Verify that the WARNING LABEL(71) is in place and easy to read. Call Stamina Products immediately at 1-800-375-7520 for a replacement WARNING LABEL(71) if it is missing or damaged.

It is the sole responsibility of the user/owner to ensure that regular maintenance is performed.

Worn or damaged components shall be replaced immediately or the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike removed from service until repair is made.

Only Stamina Products supplied components shall be used to maintain/repair the Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike.

Keep your Magnetic Recumbent 1350 Bike clean by wiping with an absorbent cloth after use.

CONDITIONING GUIDELINES

How you begin your exercise program depends on your physical condition. If you have been inactive for several years or are severely overweight. start slowly and increase your workout time gradually. Increase your workout intensity gradually by monitoring your heart rate while you exercise.

Initially you may only be able to exercise within your target zone for a few minutes; however. your aerobic capacity will improve over the next six to eight weeks. It is important to pace yourself while you exercise so you don't tire too quickly.

Measure your heart rate periodically during your workout by stopping the exercise but continuing to move your legs or walk around. Place two or three fingers on your wrist and take a six second heartbeat count. Multiply the results by ten to find your heart rate. For example. if your six second heartbeat count is 14. your heart rate is 140 beats per minute. A six second count is used because your heart rate will drop rapidly when you stop exercising. Adjust the intensity of your exercise until your heart rate is at the proper level.

Have your doctor review your training and diet programs.

Begin your training program slowly with realistic goals that have been set by you and your physician.

Warm up before you exercise and cool down after you work out.

Take your pulse periodically during your workout and strive to stay within a range of 60% (lower intensity) to 90% (higher intensity) of your maximum heart rate zone. Start at the lower intensity. and

Target Heart Rate Zone Estimated by Age*

Remember to follow these essentials:

To determine if you are working out at the correct intensity. use a heart rate monitor or use the table below.

For effective aerobic exercise. your heart rate should be maintained at a level between 60% and 90% of your maximum heart rate. If just starting an exercise program. work out at the low end of your target heart rate zone. As your aerobic capacity improves. gradually increase the intensity of your workout by increasing your heart rate.

For cardiorespiratory training benefits. the American College of Sports Medicine recommends working out within a heart rate range of 55% to 90% of maximum heart rate. To predict the maximum heart rate. the following formula was used: 220 - Age = predicted maximum heart rate

20 years

25 years

30 years

35 years

40 years

45 years

50 years

55 years

60 years

65 years

70 years

Target Heart Rate Zone (55%-90% of Maximum Heart Rate) Average Maximum Heart Rate 100% Age

110-180 beats per minute

107-175 beats per minute

105-171 beats per minute

102-166 beats per minute

99-162 beats per minute

97-157 beats per minute

94-153 beats per minute

91-148 beats per minute

88-144 beats per minute

85-139 beats per minute

83-135 beats per minute

200 beats per minute

195 beats per minute

190 beats per minute

185 beats per minute

180 beats per minute

175 beats per minute

170 beats per minute

165 beats per minute

160 beats per minute

155 beats per minute

150 beats per minute

WARM-UP and COOL-DOWN

Warm-Up The purpose of warming up is to prepare your body for exercise and to minimize injuries. Warm up for two to five minutes before strength training or aerobic exercising. Perform activities that raise your heart rate and warm the working muscles. Activities may include brisk walking. jogging. jumping jacks. jump rope. and running in place

Stretching Stretching while your muscles are warm after a proper warm-up and again after your strength or aerobic training session is very important. Muscles stretch more easily at these times because of their elevated temperature. which greatly reduces the risk of injury. Stretches should be held for 15 to 30 seconds.

Do not bounce.

Suggested Stretching Exercises

Remember to always check with your physician before starting any exercise program.

Cool-Down The purpose of cooling down is to return the body to its normal. or near normal. resting state at the end of each exercise session. A proper cool-down slowly lowers your heart rate and allows blood to return to the heart. Your cool-down should include the stretches listed above and should be completed after each strength training session.

Lower Body Stretch Place feet shoulder-width apart and lean forward.

Keep this position for 30 seconds using the body as a natural weight to stretch the backs of the legs.

DO NOT BOUNCE!

When the pull on the back of the legs lessens. gradually try a lower position.

Floor Stretch While sitting on the floor. open the legs as wide as possible. Stretch the upper body toward the knee on the right leg by using your arms to pull your chest to your thighs. Hold this stretch 10 to 30 seconds.

DO NOT BOUNCE!

Do this stretch 10 times.

Repeat the stretch with the left leg.

Bent Over Leg Stretch Stand with feet shoulder width apart and lean forward as illustrated. Using the arms. gently pull the upper body towards the right leg.

Let the head hang down.

DO NOT BOUNCE!

Hold the position a minimum of 10 seconds. Repeat pulling the upper body to the left leg. Do this stretch several times slowly.

Bent Torso Pulls While sitting on the floor. have legs apart. one leg straight and one knee bent.

Pull the chest down to touch the thigh on the leg that is bent. and twist at the waist.

Hold this position at least 10 seconds. Repeat 10 times on each side.

WARRANTY

LIMITED WARRANTY

MODEL 15-1350

Stamina Products. Inc. warrants that this product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use. service and proper operation for a period of 90 days on the parts and one year on the frame from the date of the original purchase from an authorized retailer. THIS WARRANTY SHALL NOT APPLY TO ANY PRODUCT WHICH HAS BEEN SUBJECT TO COMMERCIAL USE. ABUSE. MISUSE.

ALTERATION OF ANY TYPE OR CAUSE OR TO ANY DEFECT OR DAMAGE CAUSED BY REPAIR.

REPLACEMENT. SUBSTITUTION OR USE WITH PARTS OTHER THAN PARTS PROVIDED BY STAMINA PRODUCTS. INC. Commercial use includes use of the product in athletic clubs. health clubs. spas. gymnasiums. exercise facilities. and other public or semipublic facilities whether or not the product's use is in furtherance of a profit making enterprise. and all other use which is not for personal. family. or household purposes.

To implement this limited warranty. send a written notice stating your name. date. and place of purchase and a brief description of the defect along with your receipt to Stamina Products. Inc. P.O. Box 1071. Springfield Missouri. USA. 65801-1071. or email us at [email protected] or call us at 1-800-375-7520. If the defect is covered under this limited warranty. you will be requested to return the product or part to us for free repair or replacement at our option. NO ACTION FOR BREACH OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY MAY BE COMMENCED MORE THAN ONE (1) YEAR AFTER THE DATE THE ALLEGED BREACH WAS OR SHOULD HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED. NO ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY MAY BE COMMENCED MORE THAN ONE (1) YEAR AFTER DELIVERY OF THE PRODUCT TO THE PURCHASER. This limited warranty is not transferable. IF ANY PART OF THE PRODUCT IS NOT IN COMPLIANCE WITH THIS LIMITED WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY.

THE REMEDY OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AVAILABLE TO YOU. In the event that the purchaser makes any claim under this limited warranty or any implied warranty. the Warrantor reserves the right to require the product to be returned for inspection. at the purchaser's expense. to the Warrantor's premises in Springfield. Missouri. Return of the enclosed warranty registration card is not required for warranty coverage. but is merely a way of establishing the date and place of purchase.

Stamina Products. Inc. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS OF USE OF ANY PRODUCT. LOSS OF TIME. INCONVENIENCE. COMMERCIAL LOSS OR ANY OTHER INDIRECT. CONSEQUENTIAL.

SPECIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES DUE TO BREACH OF THE ABOVE WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY.

This limited warranty is the only written or express warranty given by Stamina Products. Inc. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. and you may also have other legal rights which vary from state to state.

ANY OTHER RIGHT WHICH YOU MAY HAVE. INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY.

The laws in some jurisdictions restrict the rights of manufacturers and distributors of consumer goods to disclaim or limit implied warranties and consequential and incidental damages with respect thereto. If any such law is found to be applicable. the foregoing disclaimers and limitations of and on implied warranties and consequential and incidental damages with respect thereto shall be disregarded and shall be deemed not to have been made to the extent necessary to comply with such legal restriction.

Front Frame Front Stabilizer Rear Frame Rear Stabilizer Left Seat Frame Right Seat Frame Left Handrail Right Handrail Crank Bearing Housing Ball Bearing Inside Bearing Collar Outside Bearing Collar Bearing Washer Bearing Snap Washer Bearing Nut Pulley V-Ribbed Belt Idler Arm Idler Wheel Idler Wheel Spacer Tension Spring Magnetic Unit Tension Cable Tension Knob Meter Post Meter Sensor Wire Magnet Foam Pad Left Cover Right Cover Cover Cap Left Pedal Right Pedal Endcap (50mm) Adjustment Knob Bushing Inner Bushing Leveling Cap (50mm) Seat Cushion Back Cushion Foam Grip Round Plug (25.4mm) Round Plug (50mm) Square Plug (25.4mm x 25.4mm) Carriage Bolt (M8 x 1.25 x 65mm)

PARTS LIST

PART PART NAME QTY

IMPORTANT : Before filling out the form below make sure you have the right information.

Refer to the parts list to make sure you're ordering the right parts!

Detach and Mail or Fax the Form Below

Stamina Products. Inc.

P.O. Box 1071 Springfield. MO 65801-1071

IMPORTANT : We must have your phone number in order to process the order!

FAX/MAIL ORDERING FORM

Please do not return the product. For your convenience. Stamina's Customer Service Department can be reached by email at [email protected] or toll free at 1-800-375-7520 (in the U.S.).

Should a part be missing or a defective part found. please call us from 7:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Central Time.

Monday through Thursday and 8:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. on Friday or fill out the fax sheet ordering form below and fax it to (417) 889-8064. Our Customer Service Department will be able to assist you with your problem and the part will be mailed directly to your house.

Mr./Ms: Address: Apt. #: City: State: Zip Code:

Phone #: ( ) Work Phone #: ( )

Date Purchased: Model #: Purchased From:

PART DESCRIPTION QUANTITY

Rear Unit Assembly

EXAMPLE:

TELEPHONE CUSTOMER SERVICE Tel: 1 (800) 375-7520

FAX CUSTOMER SERVICE Fax: (417) 889-8064

MAIL STAMINA PRODUCTS. INC.

ATTN: Customer Service P.O. Box 1071 Springfield. MO. 65801-1071

ONLINE CUSTOMER SERVICE [email protected] www.staminaproducts.com



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