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Be Strong.
Model: T514
Model: T516
Model: T518
Base Model: T514, T516, T518
Display Model: LE, LE-X, LC
P/N: 000-4845 Rev C (1/2006)

Summary of Contents

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    Be Strong. ™ Model: T514 Model: T516 Model: T518 Base Model: T514, T516, T518 Display Model: LE, LE-X, LC P/N: 000-4845 Rev C (1/2006)

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    Read this manually carefully to familiarize yourself with your new Nautilus® Sport Series treadmill. Doing so will help to ensure that you get the most use out of your treadmill and that you will enjoy safe workouts in the many miles ahead.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Heart rate MonItorInG esults orKout ummary elemetry eart rate nautIlus® FItness cartrIdGes sIng ransmItter aIntaInIng the ransmItter eXercIse and FItness GuIdelInes t518 o ontact eart odel XercIse and ealth treadMIll dIsPlay deFInItIons...

  • Page 4: Product Features

    Product feAtures Model shown: t514, le display Model shown: t516, le-X display Model shown: t518, lc display Regulatory Approvals Meets: Safety - EN 60335-1, EMC Directive 89/336/EEC - European Union (EU), EN 61000-6-3 and EN 61000-6-1 Meets: UL1647 3rd Ed and CSA C22.2 No. 68-92 CAN Patent Information U .S. and International Patents Pending roduct vervIew...

  • Page 5: Product Specifications

    0.5 - 12 mPh 0.5 - 12 mPh (0.8 - 19.3 KPh) (0.8 - 19.3 KPh) (0.8 - 19.3 KPh) optional workout software my Nautilus™ Software, my Nautilus™ Software, heart Strong™ Software, heart Strong™ Software, my Nautilus™ lX my Nautilus™ lX shipping weight Approx.

  • Page 6: Important Safety Precautions

    To reduce the risk of burns, electric shock, or injury to 8. D o not wear any loose or dangling clothing or jewelry while persons: Read this manual in full before operating the u sing the Nautilus® Sport Series treadmill. Always keep your treadmill. Failure to follow these guidelines can produce hands, feet, clothing, etc. clear from beneath the treadmill and a serious or possibly fatal electrical shock hazard or other from all moving parts. Never use your treadmill with the Motor...

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    PrecAutions 13. Never position the treadmill with the back end (direction of Failure to follow the conditions set forth below shall limit, to the extent allowed by law, Nautilus Inc. responsibility for the safety, ® belt travel) facing a wall or any other objects such as furniture reliability, and performance of this equipment. or other pieces of fitness equipment. Failure to do so can prevent safe exit of the treadmill in an emergency situation • Each user must read the Owner’s Manual in full before using such as falling. Allow a minimum of 79 inches (2 meters) the product. Each user must read, understand, and carefully behind the treadmill and 20 inches (.5 meters) on each side. follow all warnings, instructions, and procedures regarding the proper use of the treadmill and its accessories. 14. Before each use of this equipment, check the power cord, plug, plug receptacle and outlet for signs of damage. If any of • Do not remove the treadmill motor covers: dangerous voltages them appears frayed, loose, worn, or otherwise faulty, or if are present. Components such as the motor, controller, and the insulation appears worn or cracked, do not operate the display are serviceable only by qualified service personnel. machine. Position the treadmill so that the wall plug is visible and accessible. If the power cord is damaged, it must be • The electrical wiring within the treadmill setting and the replaced with a power cord from Nautilus, Inc. electrical installation of the treadmill must comply with the applicable local or provincial requirements. 15. To avoid potential safety and electrical problems, replace with manufacturers’ specified parts only. • The equipment must be used in accordance with the instructions for use.

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    Nautilus ® Sport Series treadmill, models t514, t516 and t518. Please read all safety precautions and warning information prior to using your product. Be sure to replace any warning label if damaged, illegible, or missing.

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    PrecAutions eMerGency stoP Procedures Your Nautilus® Sport Series treadmill console display, models LE, LE-X and LC, is equipped with a MAGNETIC STOP KEY that can protect you from serious injury and inhibit children from playing with and/or being injured on the Nautilus® Sport Series treadmill. If the Magnetic Stop Key is not fully inserted into the safety keyhole, the Sport Series treadmill will NOT power up. ALWAYS ATTACH THE MAGNETIC STOP KEY CORD CLIP TO YOUR CLOTHING DURING YOUR WORKOUT. Always remove the Magnetic Stop Key from the Nautilus® Sport Series treadmill when not in use to prevent children or other persons from using the machine unsupervised. Magnetic Stop Key REMOVE THE MAGNETIC STOP KEY WHILE USING THE NAUTILUS® SPORT SERIES TREADMILL ONLY IN AN EMERGENCY. WHEN THE KEY IS REMOVED, THE NAUTILUS® SPORT SERIES TREADMILL WILL STOP INSTANTLY, WHICH COULD CAUSE SOMEBODY USING THE MACHINE TO LOSE BALANCE OR FALL. THIS FEATURE IS MEANT TO PREVENT SERIOUS HARM AND, USED PROPERLY, IS AN EXCELLENT WAY TO PROTECT YOUR SAFETY DURING YOUR WORKOUT. Nautlus® Sport Seres Treadmll Owner’s Manual...

  • Page 10: Installation And Operation T Readmill P Ower P Lug R Eceptacles

    Power PluG recePtacles T514 & T516: the power plug receptacle is located on the front side of the motor pan. (See Figure 1.) T518: the t518 treadmill has two power plug receptacles. this allows you to plug in the treadmill from the front or the rear of the machine.

  • Page 11: Turning On The Power

    ON position. When the switch is ON, the power switch will be illuminated. FiguRe 2: Models t514 & t516 Power switch/circuit breaker...

  • Page 12: C Alibration

    instAllAtion And oPerAtion calIbratIon CAliBR AtiON iS RequiRed imPORtANt! uPON FiRSt POWeR uP OF yOuR SPORt SeRieS tRe Admill. the first time you plug the treadmill into the power outlet and turn the power switch/circuit breaker ON, you must complete the required calibration. the treadmill will not function until you complete the calibration process. Please follow the steps below to calibrate your treadmill upon the first power up.

  • Page 13: U Nderstanding The D Isplay And Controls

    instAllAtion And oPerAtion sleeP Mode When the unit is plugged into the outlet and the power switch/circuit breaker is turned from OFF to ON, the unit will be in Sleep mode. the unit will automatically enter Sleep mode after 8 hours of inactivity. Pressing StOP while in Standby mode will also bring the unit to Sleep mode, but this does not turn the treadmill power OFF.

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    GettinG stArted GuIdelInes For GettInG on and oFF tHe treadMIll instruct each user to follow the guidelines listed below when getting on and off the treadmill. 1. magnetic safety cord should be in place on the display and should be securely clipped onto an area of clothing approximately waist high.

  • Page 15: Using Your Transmitter Belt

    HeArt rAte monitorinG heart rate monitoring helps you monitor your level of exertion by displaying your heart rate during exercise. there are two methods of monitoring heart rate on the Sport Series treadmills: • telemetry (e.g., Polar®) belt. the wireless heart rate chest belt supplied with your treadmill transmits the heart beat signal to the receiver in the treadmill.

  • Page 16: M Aintaining The T Ransmitter B Elt, Contact Heart Rate (model T518 Only)

    Batteries in a chest belt will last on average for 1500-2000 hours of use. Replacement belts can be purchased from an Authorized Nautilus® Fitness Retailer. contact Heart rate...

  • Page 17: Treadmill Display Definitions

    220. Percentage of maximum heart rate will only be shown in hRC programs or when a user selects their name in the my Nautilus™ menu since these are the only times the user’s age is known. my Nautilus™...

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    treAdmill disPlAy definitions — Provides the rate at which calories are burned per hour at the current speed and calories/Hour (LE-X and LC only) incline. Note: this number is only an approximation as a user’s caloric expenditure will vary significantly based on a person’s age, gender, weight and metabolism.

  • Page 19: Treadmill Key Functions

    StOP Key is pressed twice, all workout data will be erased and treadmill will return to the Standby mode. in this case, all data will be reset to zero, but if a user is logged into a my Nautilus™ profile (sold separately with the my Nauti- lus™...

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    Pressing and holding the Scan Key for 2 seconds will turn the Scan feature back on. My nautilus™ key — this key is activated when you purchase the my Nautilus™ or my Nautilus™ lX fitness cartridge (available for the le-X and lC only). After installing this fitness cartridge, pressing the my Nautilus™ Key while in Standby mode brings you to the my Nautilus™...

  • Page 21: Le D Isplay O Verview, Le P Rogram O Verview

    le disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP le dIsPlay overvIew time/Pace display heart Rate display distance/Calories display incline display Speed display incline up/down Keys Speed up/down Keys dot matrix display Programs Key enter Key Start Key Stop Key emergency Stop magnet le ProGraM overvIew the Sport Series treadmills have a wide variety of programming options with a great amount of flexibility to allow anyone of any fitness level to use.

  • Page 22: Time Goal Program

    le disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP tIMe Goal ProGraM ThIS IS A MANUALLY OPERATED PROgRAM IN whICh YOU hAvE COMPLETE CONTROL OvER YOUR SPEED AND INCLINE. Time Goal Program Set Up use the following steps to select this program. 1. Press the eNteR key while in Standby mode. 2.

  • Page 23: Time Based Program

    le disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP tIMe based ProGraMs BEgINNINg ROLLINg SMOOTh STROLLINg wALKER hILLS ThIS PROgRAM IS AN INTERMEDIATE A gREAT PROgRAM FOR PROgRAM wITh gRADUAL PEOPLE jUST gETTINg DESIgNED TO ALLOw YOU TO FOCUS ON A STEADY INCLINE ChANgES AND STARTED OR ThOSE SLOw wARM UP AND COOL DAYS whEN A LESS...

  • Page 24: I Nterval T Raining P Rograms

    le disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP Interval traInInG ProGraMs hILL INTERvALS SPEED INTERvALS PROvIDES A FLAT A SERIOUS “ThIgh BURNER” wITh TwO STEEP RUNNINg COURSE wITh PROgRESSIvELY FASTER hILLS AND gRADUAL SPEED INTERvALS. OFFERS SPEED INCREASE. A A gREAT “SPEED wORK” PERFECT PROgRAM FOR FOR RUNNERS AND hIKERS, CYCLISTS AND...

  • Page 25: D Istance B Ased P Rograms

    le disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP dIstance based ProGraM FUN RUN 5K A 5-KILOMETER RUN (3.1 MILES), FILLED wITh MODERATELY ChALLENgINg hILLS. TRY TO TOP YOUR PERSONAL BEST! ThIS PROgRAM IS A SET DISTANCE, ThE FASTER YOU DECIDE TO EXERCISE, ThE qUICKER YOUR wORKOUT. Distance Based Program Set Up 1.

  • Page 26: Heart Rate Control Program

    le disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP Heart rate control ProGraMs hEART RATE CONTROL 65% hEART RATE CONTROL 80% (hRC CARDIO) (hRC wEIghT LOSS) A BEgINNINg OR RECOvERY A MODERATE TO ADvANCED hEART RATE hEART RATE CONTROL PROgRAM ThAT KEEPS YOU CONTROL PROgRAM ThAT KEEPS YOU AT 80% OF AT 65% OF YOUR MAXIMUM...

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    le disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP 5. you will be prompted to enter in a target heart rate. your approximate target heart rate will be shown. you may accept this number by pressing the eNteR Key or you can adjust this number by using the SPeed uP/dOWN Keys and pressing eNteR to confirm.

  • Page 28: C Ustom W Orkout P Rograms

    le disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP custoM workout ProGraMs P10 & P11 CUSTOM wORKOUTS ThESE PROgRAMS ALLOw YOU TO CREATE AND STORE TwO DIFFERENT CUSTOM COURSE PROFILES. Selecting a Custom Program 1. Press the eNteR Key while in Standby mode. 2.

  • Page 29: C Hanging P Rogram D Uring A W Orkout

    le disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP cHanGInG ProGraM durInG a workout you may select a different program while you are working out without losing your workout data. to change programs in the middle of a program, press StOP to enter Pause mode. Press the PROgRAmS key and the display will read “NeW WORKOut”...

  • Page 30: Le-x D Isplay O Verview

    Speed up/down Keys Scan Key Start Key Stop Key my Nautilus® Key emergency Stop magnet ProGraM overvIew the Sport Series treadmills have a wide variety of programming options with a great amount of flexibility to allow anyone of any fitness level to use. the program menu is comprised of six different categories of programs detailed below.

  • Page 31: D Istance G Oal P Rogram, Time Goal Program

    le-X disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP tIMe Goal ProGraM ThIS IS A MANUALLY OPERATED PROgRAM IN whICh YOU hAvE COMPLETE CONTROL OvER YOUR SPEED AND INCLINE. Time Goal Program Set Up use the following steps to select this program. 1. Press the eNteR Key while in Standby mode. 2.

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    le-X disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP tIMe based ProGraMs BELOw IS AN OUTLINE OF ThE vARIOUS PROgRAMS AvAILABLE. SMOOTh STROLLINg - AN INTERMEDIATE PROgRAM wITh gRADUAL INCLINE ChANgES AND SLOw wARM UP AND COOL DOwN IN SPEED. BEgINNINg wALKER - A gREAT PROgRAM FOR PEOPLE jUST gETTINg STARTED OR ThOSE DAYS whEN A LESS ChALLENgINg wORKOUT IS RIghT.

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    le-X disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP Interval traInInG ProGraMs BELOw IS AN OUTLINE OF ThE vARIOUS PROgRAMS AvAILABLE. SPEED INTERvALS - PROvIDES A FLAT RUNNINg COURSE wITh PROgRESSIvELY FASTER SPEED INTERvALS. OFFERS A gREAT “SPEED wORK” FOR RUNNERS AND jOggERS LOOKINg TO INCREASE ThEIR PACE.

  • Page 34: D Istance B Ased P Rogram, Heart Rate Control Program

    le-X disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP dIstance based ProGraM FUN RUN 5K - A 5-KILOMETER RUN (3.1 MILES), FILLED wITh MODERATELY ChALLENgINg hILLS. TRY TO TOP YOUR PERSONAL BEST! ThIS PROgRAM IS A SET DISTANCE, ThE FASTER YOU DECIDE TO EXERCISE, ThE qUICKER YOUR wORKOUT.

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    le-X disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP Example: user is 40 years of age: 220 – 40 = 180 (180 beats per minute would be the approximate maximum heart rate for a 40 year old user.) 180 x 65% = 117 (117 beats per minute would be the default target heart rate for a 40 year old user in this program.) 1.

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    le-X disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP 3. Press the PROgRAmS Key to select the hRt RAte CONtROl CARdiO program and press the eNteR Key to confirm. 4. you will be prompted to enter in your age. enter your age using the SPeed uP/dOWN Keys or the numeric keypad and press the eNteR Key to confirm.

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    le-X disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP 2. use the PROgRAmS Key to select a default, or previously entered custom program. Press eNteR to edit a program. 3. the first segment of the program will flash on the left side of the dot matrix. enter desired speed and incline for this first segment using the SPeed uP/dOWN or iNCliNe uP/dOWN Keys and press eNteR to confirm.

  • Page 38: Lc D Isplay O Verview

    Keys enter Key Speed up/down Keys Programs Key Scan Key my Nautilus® Key Start Key Stop Key emergency Stop magnet ProGraM overvIew the Sport Series treadmills have a wide variety of programming options with a great amount of flexibility to allow anyone of any fitness level to use.

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    lc disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP tIMe Goal ProGraM ThIS IS A MANUALLY OPERATED PROgRAM IN whICh YOU hAvE COMPLETE CONTROL OvER YOUR SPEED AND INCLINE. Time Goal Program Set Up use the following steps to select this program. 1. Press the eNteR Key while in Standby mode. 2.

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    lc disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP tIMe based ProGraMs BELOw IS AN OUTLINE OF ThE vARIOUS PROgRAMS AvAILABLE. SMOOTh STROLLINg - AN INTERMEDIATE PROgRAM wITh gRADUAL INCLINE ChANgES AND SLOw wARM UP AND COOL DOwN IN SPEED. BEgINNINg wALKER - A gREAT PROgRAM FOR PEOPLE jUST gETTINg STARTED OR ThOSE DAYS whEN A LESS ChALLENgINg wORKOUT IS RIghT.

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    lc disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP Interval traInInG ProGraMs BELOw IS AN OUTLINE OF ThE vARIOUS PROgRAMS AvAILABLE. SPEED INTERvALS - PROvIDES A FLAT RUNNINg COURSE wITh PROgRESSIvELY FASTER SPEED INTERvALS. OFFERS A gREAT “SPEED wORK” FOR RUNNERS AND jOggERS LOOKINg TO INCREASE ThEIR PACE.

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    lc disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP dIstance based ProGraMs ThESE PROgRAMS ARE A SET DISTANCE, ThE FASTER YOU DECIDE TO EXERCISE, ThE qUICKER YOUR wORKOUT. FUN RUN 5K - A 5-KILOMETER RUN (3.1 MILES), FILLED wITh MODERATELY ChALLENgINg hILLS. TRY TO TOP YOUR PERSONAL BEST! BOLDER BOULDER®...

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    lc disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP Heart rate control ProGraMs hEART RATE CONTROL 65% (hRC wEIghT LOSS) - A BEgINNINg OR RECOvERY hEART RATE CONTROL PROgRAM ThAT KEEPS YOU AT 65% OF YOUR MAXIMUM hEART RATE. hEART RATE CONTROL 80% (hRC CARDIO) - A MODERATE TO ADvANCED hEART RATE CONTROL PROgRAM ThAT KEEPS YOU AT 80% OF YOUR MAXIMUM hEART RATE.

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    lc disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP 6. the upcoming speed and grade will be shown in their respective displays. Press the StARt key to begin your workout. the time will count up from 0:00. 7. Adjust your speed to a comfortable warm-up pace. As you approach your target heart rate the treadmill will auto- matically begin to adjust the incline to keep you in your target heart rate range.

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    lc disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP custoM workout ProGraMs CUSTOM wORKOUTS- ThESE PROgRAMS ALLOw YOU TO CREATE AND STORE ThREE DIFFERENT CUSTOM COURSE PROFILES. Selecting a Custom Program 1. Press the eNteR Key while in Standby mode. 2. enter your body weight using the SPeed uP/dOWN Keys or the numeric keypad and press the eNteR Key to confirm.

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    lc disPlAy ProGrAm overview And setuP cHanGInG ProGraM durInG a workout you may select a different program while you are working out without losing your workout data. to change programs in the middle of a program, press StOP to enter Pause mode. Press the PROgRAmS key and the display will read “NeW WORKOut”...

  • Page 47: Nautilus® Fitness Cartridges

    ® Nautilus, inc. offers a variety of software programs that will make your workouts more challenging, more involving, and more interesting. Available when you choose an lC or le-X display, these plug-in programs give you a highly personal workout experience, additional fitness training, and extra motivational choices.

  • Page 48: E Xercise And H Ealth

    eXercise And fitness Guidelines No single fitness program is suitable for all. All fitness programs should be designed by fitness professionals who are trained to tailor the program to the individual goals and fitness levels of each client. the following information on exercise intensity, duration, and frequency is based on averages and is included here only as a guideline for use by fitness professionals.

  • Page 49: Your New Home Fitnes Program

    eXercise And fitness Guidelines your new HoMe FItness ProGraM there are many great reasons why home exercise equipment has increased in popularity over the years, but topping the list is convenience. For any fitness program to be successful, it must be something you will stick to on a regular basis. With home exercise equipment, you can roll out of bed, put on a pair of sweats and start working out while the coffee is brewing.

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    eXercise And fitness Guidelines stePs to GettInG started Once you have made the commitment to start exercising at home, here are some suggestions that may help you stay motivated. Beginning a new exercise program is the most difficult step. Any new habit is difficult to establish at first, but it can be done.

  • Page 51: C Omponents Of F Itness

    For example, you might try using your Nautilus® treadmill for a scheduled, moderate level workout for 20 — 30 minutes on monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday (see the intensity monitoring section for further details on how hard to workout).

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    Nautilus ® Selecttech™ dumbbells, which provide you a wide variety of weight options in a revolutionary all-in-one dumbbell.

  • Page 53: N Utrition

    eXercise And fitness Guidelines nutrItIon Of course, every good health and fitness program will also include a good nutrition component. good nutrition is likely the most important factor in maintaining ideal body weight and managing weight loss. there are a variety of schools of thought regarding which nutrition program, diet or eating plan is best. While we do not promote or endorse any particular one, here are some things to consider that will help you get on the road to a healthy diet: Understand caloric balance.

  • Page 54: M Onitoring Y Our I Ntensity

    eXercise And fitness Guidelines MonItorInG your IntensIty When you are doing cardiovascular workouts, it is important that you work at the appropriate intensities when you are first starting out. it is also important that you workout at a variety of intensities after you have built a fitness base. Research in recent years has indicated that one of the best ways to monitor your cardiovascular intensity is to pay close attention to how you are feeling when you workout.

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    eXercise And fitness Guidelines the following chart will allow you to log your heart rate numbers based upon how you feel when working out. Simply log the heart rate numbers you find when you feel you are working at each of the specific intensities. Approximate Percentage of Maximum...

  • Page 56: Beating The Dropout Odd

    eXercise And fitness Guidelines beatInG tHe droPout odds the Surgeon general’s Report on Physical Activity and health summarizes a few main points: 1. Regular physical activity offers substantial improvements in health and well-being for a majority of Americans. 2. if you exercise regularly, you’ll reduce your risk of heart attack, cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, osteoporosis and even the common cold.

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    eXercise And fitness Guidelines Suggested Reading: the Complete home Fitness handbook by edmund Burke, human Kinetics Publisher. Full Body Flexibility by jay Blahnik, human Kinetics Publisher. Building Strength and Stamina by Wayne Wescott, Phd, human Kinetics Publisher. Cross-training for dummies by tony Ryan and martica heaner, For dummies Publisher.

  • Page 58: Le Display:, Le-x And Lc D Isplay

    mAnAGement menu ManaGeMent Menu to access the management menu, press and hold the SPeed uP and SPeed dOWN Keys for three seconds while in Standby mode. treadmill is now in management menu mode. LE Display: 1. total Hours will be shown on the display, press eNteR Key to advance. 2.

  • Page 59: T Readmill I Nterior, W Alking B Elt And D Eck L Ubrication

    mAintenAnce walkInG belt and deck lubrIcatIon visually inspect and clean the treadmill regularly. daily visual inspection should include: this treadmill is equipped with a pre-lubricated deck and • inspect the power cord and walking belt for wear. belt system. We recommend periodic lubrication. •...

  • Page 60: W Alking B Elt T Ension A Djustment

    Will deCRe ASe Belt liFe belt rePlaceMent ANd CAN dAmAge the tRe Admill ROlleRS ANd dRive SyStem. if the walking belt becomes worn from heavy usage, it may need to be replaced. Call an Authorized Nautilus® Fitness Retailer to obtain service. aIntenance...

  • Page 61

    mAintenAnce MovInG and storaGe oF treadMIll DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MOvE OR LIFT TREADMILL ALONE! TREADMILL IS EXTREMELY hEAvY AND AwKwARD, AND TwO PEOPLE ARE NEEDED TO SAFELY MOvE ThE TREADMILL. 1. Set the treadmill to maximum incline. 2. to avoid electrical shock, turn off the power switch on the treadmill, then remove the treadmill power cord from the power source before moving the treadmill.

  • Page 62: Troubleshooting

    troublesHootinG troublesHootInG if you experience any operational problem with your treadmill, cycle the power by turning the circuit breaker off and then back on; this may eliminate the fault. Product serIal nuMber locatIons BASE SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION the serial number decal on the base can be found on the left hand incline arm.

  • Page 63: Warranty

    3. treadmills used by users weighing more than the maximum user weight limit of 350 lbs (159 kgs) 2. Nautilus, inc. will replace any equipment frame for the t514 and 375 lbs (170 kgs) for the t516 and that is structurally defective with a new frame or t518.

  • Page 64: Important Contact Numbers

    For technical assistance and a list of distributors of your machine and the date of purchase available when in your area, please call or fax one of the following you contact the appropriate Nautilus office listed below. numbers. OFFICES IN ThE UNITED STATES: INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMER SERvICE: •...

  • Page 65

    Model: T514 Model: T516 Model: T518 be strong. ™ For more information about our Sport Series treadmills or other Nautilus ® equipment for your home, visit www.Nautilus.com/SportSeries. ©2005. Nautilus, Inc. All rights reserved. Nautilus, the Nautilus Logo, My Nautilus, Heart Strong, SelectTech, Changing the Game in Health and Fitness, REACT, ROC, Remote Operation Control, SuperSoft, Be Strong are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Nautilus, Inc. All others are either registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies. Nautilus, Inc. 16400 S.E. Nautilus Drive, Vancouver, Washington, USA 98683, 1-800-628-8458, www.Nautilus.com. P/N: 000-4845 Rev C (1/2006)

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