UNPACKING You should find the following parts for your YOUR Indoor Rower in this shipping box. If any CONCEPT2 parts are missing, please call us toll-free at INDOOR 1.800.245.5676. ROWER PN 1936 PN 1946 PN 296 PN 1173 PN 1172...
tool needed: parts needed: Allen Wrench (provided) 4 washers ASSEMBLING 4 screws FRONT LEG 3/4” or 2cm 23.5” (60cm) long 19” (49cm) short Note that the longer leg (I) attaches to same side as the wheels.
ATTACHING tool needed: parts needed: Allen Wrench (provided) 4 washers 4 screws FRONT LEG 3/4” or 2cm Attach the front leg as shown in the illustration. Note the leg lengths. 23.5” (60cm) 19” (49cm) This is an illustration of the bottom view of the front end/flywheel housing.
2cm 1. Insert axle through axle tube on framelock. 2. Place framelock between footplates on Indoor Rower. The two footplates may need to be pulled apart slightly for the axle tube to fit. Be sure to line up axle tube to orient framelock as shown.
ATTACHING MONORAIL Place the flywheel and monorail sections of the Indoor Rower end to end. 1. Using one of the footstraps as a handle, lift the footboard end of the flywheel section until it rolls on the caster wheels. Lift the end of the monorail to the same level.
DETACHING 1. Release the framelock from the locked position by pulling up on the rope, allowing the framelock to rotate into the unlocked position. MONORAIL UNLOCKED 2. Using the footstrap, lift the 3. Remove monorail with the monorail slightly with one other hand.
SAFETY USE CAUTION Pull straight back with both hands. Do not let handle fly into chain guide. Never twist chain or pull from side to side. Do not row with one hand only. Abuse of the chain can result in injury. Rollers Keep children, pets, and fingers away Keep clothing free of seat rollers.
(page 22). in handle hook before letting go. LOCKED Always put the Framelock in the locked position before moving the Indoor Rower (see page 6). IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTES: CAUTION • Use of this machine with a worn or weakened part, such as the chain, sprocket, swivel connector, handle U-bolt, or shock cord, may result in injury to the user.
3. Include some stretching in your exercise routine. A variety of aches and pains can be eased or prevented by investing a little time in stretching. See the Concept2 Training Guide for specific recommendations. Stretch gently without bouncing. 4. Start each workout with several minutes of easy rowing for a warm-up.
10. Vary your workouts. One of the great things about the Concept2 Indoor Rower is that it enables you to do virtually an infinite variety of workouts.
Begin by setting the Flexfoot heel so the Flexfoot strap crosses the ball of your foot. As you gain familiarity with the Indoor Rower, you may choose to raise or lower the Flexfoot a notch for reasons of flexibility or general comfort.
PROPER ROWING • Extend your arms straight toward the TECHNIQUE flywheel. • Keep wrists flat. • Lean your upper body slightly forward with back straight but not stiff. • Slide forward on the seat until your shins are vertical (or as close to this as your flexibility will allow).
ON THE • The harder you pull, the more resistance you will feel. This is because CONCEPT2 the Concept2 Indoor Rower uses wind resistance, which is generated by INDOOR the spinning flywheel. The faster you get the wheel spinning, the more ROWER resistance there will be.
> paceboat > button to cancel the current row button at any time before, power plot >max data. and return to the Main Menu. during, or after rowing. For more information, see the PM3 Manual or visit www.concept2.com/PM3.
• The Training Guide, which came with your Indoor Rower, includes a number of workouts for a number of different goals. • The Workout of the Day, found on our website at concept2.com, offers a different workout every day.
• Use the log sheets provided in this manual. Make some copies before you start writing on them. • Request a free paper logbook from Concept2. We’ll be happy to send one for every member of the family! Call 800.245.5676 or visit concept2.com to order.
ROWER’S DAILY LOG PERSONAL DATA Date: Form of Exercise: Workout Partners: Time of Day: [ ] Indoor [ ] On-Water [ ] Other: Rowing Rowing Environmental [ ] hot Before workout, [ ] low, unmotivated And my [ ] bad, grumpy conditions for [ ] cold my energy...
TEST RESULTS LOG Test Piece: 2000 METERS Test Date Distance/Time Comments Test Piece: 30 MINUTE Test Date Distance/Time Comments Test Piece: 60 MINUTE Test Date Distance/Time Comments...
MONTHLY WORKOUT SUMMARY METERS CUMUL. DATE WORKOUT WORKOUT DATA ROWED METERS COMMENTS Total Meters This Month =...
If you don’t have easy access to a support group, find one online! From our website, concept2.com, join the online ranking. Not only will you be able to use our online logbook to track meters, but you’ll also be able to participate in training discussions through our online forum and find a virtual rowing club to join.
CLEANING Tools Needed: Mineral MONORAIL Cloth or non-abrasive scouring pad. Acids Cleaner: soap & water or any glass cleaner Bleach Coarse Abrasives Clean daily after use. LUBRICATING CHAIN Clean and lubricate the chain with the oil provided (or 20 weight motor oil or Every 50 hours 20w 3-in-1 oil).
The shock cord must be tightened if the handle does not return all the way to the ADJUSTING fan enclosure. To access the shock cord, you must first detach the monorail from the front end and stand the front end upright as shown in figure #1. SHOCK CORD Every 250 hours of use...
6. Push equal amounts of shock cord through both S.C.A.M.s. SHOCK CORD continued 7 . Rehook the S.C.A.M.s to the axle. If a shock cord replacement is needed, call Concept2 and order Part # 1731. Be sure to replace the Return Mechanism Cover when the adjustment is finished.
CHECK Detach the monorail from the front FRONT LEG end (flywheel section) and turn the SCREWS flywheel section upside down. Check the socket screws used to Every install the front leg for tightness. 250 hours CHECK FOR LOOSE PERFORMANCE Loosen or tighten the nuts on the MONITOR ARM Performance Monitor arm joints Every...
CHECK FOR Check for dust. Vacuum if needed. DUST IN FLYWHEEL Every 250 hours X 10 VACUUM VACUUM VACUUM VACUUM...
PM3 is turned off and you take less than five minutes removing the old and installing the new batteries.) IMPORTANT: The monitor is a sealed unit. DO NOT take apart. Any attempt to disassemble may void warranty. Contact Concept2 for problems with this part. IMPORTANT SAFETY CAUTION...
Replace shock cord if it is frayed through outer cover See diagram on page 30 for proper routing or if it is losing its elasticity. Order Concept2 part of the shock cord and chain. Contact Concept2 if number PN 1731. If the shock cord is cold, allow it to replacement parts are needed.
TV antennas, high voltage power lines and motor driven exercise equipment. Schematics for all parts of the Indoor Rower and detailed instructions for repair and/or Possible Cause # 5 : Signals from more than replacement of parts are available.
We are confident in the performance and quality of your Concept2 Indoor Rower. If within 30 days of receiving your Concept2 Indoor Rower you are not satisfied with it for any reason, you may return it to us for a refund. Prior to shipping your Indoor Rower to Concept2, call our customer service team (toll-free within the USA and Canada 800.245.5676) for return...