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Sunny Manual Walking Treadmill User Manual

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Sunny Manual Walking Treadmill User Manual

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

We thank you for choosing our product. To ensure your safety and health, please use this equipment correctly. It is important to read this entire manual before assembling and using the equipment. Safe and effective use can only be achieved if the equipment is assembled, maintained, and used properly. It is your responsibility to ensure that all users of the equipment are informed of all warnings and precautions.

  1.  Before starting any exercise program, you should consult your physician to determine if you have any medical or physical conditions that could put your health and safety at risk or prevent you from using the equipment properly. Your physician’s advice is essential if you are taking medication that affects your heart rate, blood pressure, or cholesterol level.
  2.  Be aware of your body’s signals. Incorrect or excessive exercise can damage your health. Stop exercising if you experience any of the following symptoms: pain, tightness in your chest, irregular heartbeat, shortness of breath, lightheadedness, dizziness, or feelings of nausea. If you do experience any of these conditions, you should consult your physician before continuing with your exercise program.
  3.  Keep children and pets away from the equipment. The equipment is designed for adult use only.
  4. Use the equipment on a solid, flat level surface with a protective cover for your floor or carpet. To ensure safety, the equipment should have at least 8 feet (240 CM) of free space all around it.
  5. Ensure that all nuts and bolts are securely tightened before using the equipment. The safety of the equipment can only be maintained if it is regularly examined for damage and/or wear and tear.
  6. Always use the equipment as indicated. If you find any defective components while assembling or checking the equipment, or if you hear any unusual noises coming from the equipment during exercise, discontinue use of the equipment immediately and do not use until the problem has been rectified.
  7. Wear suitable clothing while using the equipment. Avoid wearing loose clothing that may become entangled in the equipment.
  8. Do not place fingers or objects into the moving parts of the equipment.
  9. The maximum weight capacity of this unit is 220 pounds (100 KG).
  10.  The equipment is not suitable for therapeutic use.

EXPLODED DIAGRAM

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HARDWARE PACKAGE

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PARTS LIST
No. Description Spec. Qty.
1 Main Frame 1
2 Running Belt 1
3L Left Flywheel Cover 1
3R Right Flywheel Cover 1
4 Right Upright Support 1
5 Left Upright Support 1
6 Handlebar 1
7 Decorative Cover 2
8 Computer 1
9 Washer Φ6*Φ13*1 4
10 Lock Knob M10*65 1
11 Foot Pad 2
12 Flat Washer ID8.2*OD16 4
13 Phillips Head Screw ST4.2*13 9
14 Phillips Head Screw M5*10 4
15 Bolt M10*70 2
16 Bolt M8*35 2
17 Carriage Bolt M8*50 4
18 Arc Washer ID8.2*OD16 2
19 Flat Washer ID10.5*OD22 2
20 Bolt M6*15 1
21 Plug 4
22A Lower Sensor Wire 1
22B Upper Sensor Wire 1
23 Base Frame 1
24L Rear End Cover L 1
24R Rear End Cover R 1
25 Front Axle 1

 

No. Description Spec. Qty.
26 Running Board 1
27 Front Roller 1
28 Rear Roller 1
29 Side Rail 2
30 Anti-slip Cloth 2
31L Left Side Rail Block 1
31R Right Side Rail Block 1
32 Foot Cover 2
33 Handlebar Foam 2
34 End Cap 2
35 Bolt M8*40 2
36 Rear Axle 1
37 Nylon Nut M8 6
38 Inductor Fixing Seat 1
39 Plastic Washer D12.5*10 2
40 Adjustable Bolt M6*75 2
41 Plastic Washer D12.5*14 2
42 Spanner S13-15 1
43 Allen Wrench S6 1
44 Allen Wrench S5 1
45 Cross Screw ST5.5*25 8
46 Sensor Wire 1
47 Transportation Wheel 2
48 Plate for Rear Roller 2
49 Handlebar Foam 2
50 Nut M10 1
51 Washer D12.5 4
 

 

 

ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

We value your experience using Sunny Health and Fitness products. For assistance with parts or troubleshooting, please contact us at support@sunnyhealthfitness.com or 1-877-90SUNNY (877-907-8669).

STEP 1:

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Note: To complete steps that involve assembling heavy components, have a second person help with the assembly process. For your safety, do NOT attempt to complete these steps on your own.
CAUTION: Left Upright Support (No. 5) is marked with “L” and Right Upright Support (No. 4) is marked with “R”. Please make sure that the arrow point on the L/R labels should face forward before assembling.Secure the Right & Left Upright Supports (No. 4 & No. 5) to the Base Frame (No. 23) using 4 Carriage Bolts (No. 17), 4 Flat
Washers (No. 12), and 4 Nylon Nuts (No. 37).Tighten and secure with Spanner (No. 42).
STEP 2:

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Secure the Left & Right Flywheel Covers (No.3L & No. 3R) to the Main Frame (No. 1) using 4 Phillips Head Screws (No. 14) and 4 Washers (No. 9). Tighten and secure with Allen Wrench (No. 44)

STEP 3:

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Attach the Main Frame (No. 1) to the Right & Left Upright Supports (No. 4 & No. 5) using 2 Flat Washers (No. 19) and 2 Bolts (No. 15).Tighten and secure with Allen Wrench (No.43).Connect the Lower Sensor Wire (No. 22A) to
Sensor Wire (No. 46).

4 STEP :


Attach the Handlebar (No. 6) to the Right & Left Upright Supports (No. 4 & No. 5) using 2 Arc Washers (No. 18) and 2 Bolts (No. 16).Tighten and secure with Allen Wrench (No. 44). Next, connect the Lower Sensor Wire (No.
22A) to the Upper Sensor Wire (No. 22B). Open the battery cover of the Computer (No. 8),insert 2 AA batteries, and close the cover.Connect the Upper Sensor Wire (No. 22B) to the link wire of Computer (No. 8) and slide
Computer (No. 8) onto the computer holder located on the Handlebar (No. 6).Place 2 Decorative Covers (No. 7) onto the Handlebar (No. 6).Screw the Lock Knob (No. 10) into the holes of the Left Upright Support (No. 5) and Main Frame (No. 1).

LUBRICATING THE TREADMILL

IMPORTANT NOTE:
You will need to lubricate your treadmill before the first use!

RUNNING BELT & TREADMILL LUBRICANT:

Lubricating the Running Board (No. 26) and Running Belt (No. 2) is essential as the friction affects the life span and operations of the treadmill. Inspect the Running Board (No. 26) and Running Belt (No. 2) regularly. If you find any wear on the Running Board (No. 26), please contact us at support@sunnyhealthfitness.com.

  1.  Raise the Running Belt (No. 2) up on one side, apply lubricant to the Running Board (No. 26). Using a rag,
    thoroughly wipe the lubricant over the Running Board (No. 26) and repeat the same process for the other side.
  2. The moving parts should turn freely and quietly. Abnormal moving parts will affect the safety of the treadmill.Checking and tightening bolts in each part of the treadmill regularly is very important.
  3. To better maintain the treadmill and prolong its life, it is suggested that maintenance be done on a regular and consistent basis.
  4.  DO NOT LOOSEN OR MAKE ANY ADJUSTMENTS TO THE RUNNING BELT WHILE APPLYING LUBRICANT. A loose Running Belt (No. 2) will result in the runner sliding off when in use, while too tight of a Running Belt (No. 2) will create more friction between the roller and Running Belt (No. 2). The most suitable tightness for the Running Belt (No. 2) is pulled out 50-75mm from the Running Board (No. 26).

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The following time table is recommended:

  • Light user (less than 3 hours/ week)                       once a year
  • Medium user (3-5 hours/ week)                               every six months
  • Heavy user (more than 5 hours/ week)                   every three months

MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

General cleaning will help to prolong the life and improve performance of your treadmill. Keep the unit clean and
maintained by dusting the components on a regular basis. Cleaning the two exposed sides of the Running Belt (No. 2) will prevent dust from accumulating underneath. Keep your running shoes clean so that dirt from the shoes does not wear the Running Board (No. 26) and Running Belt (No. 2). Clean the surface of the Running Belt (No. 2) using a clean damp cloth.

ADJUSTING THE RUNNING BELT:

  1.  If the Running Belt (No. 2) moves to the right, turn the Adjustable Bolt (No. 40) on the right side ¼ turn
    clockwise, then turn the Adjustable Bolt (No. 40) on the left side ¼ turn counter-clockwise. If the Running Belt (No. 2) does not move, repeat this step until it centers.
  2. If the Running Belt (No. 2) moves to the left, turn the Adjustable Bolt (No. 40) on the left side ¼ of a circle
    counter-clockwise, then turn the Adjustable Bolt (No. 40) on the right side ¼ turn clockwise. If the Running Belt (No. 2) does not move, repeat this step until it centers.
  3.  Over time the Running Belt (No. 2) will loosen. To tighten the Running Belt (No. 2), turn both the Adjustable Bolts (No. 40) on the left and right sides one full turn clockwise. Check the tension of the Running Belt (No. 2). Continue this process until Running Belt (No. 2) is at the correct tension. Make sure to adjust both sides equally to ensure even alignment.

During exercise, if the Running Belt (No. 2) feels loose, you can tighten the Running Belt (No. 2) a little by rotating
both Adjustable Bolts (No. 40) at the same time ¼ turn clockwise. If the Running Belt (No. 2) feels too tight, you can loosen the Running Belt (No. 2) by rotating both Adjustable Bolts (No. 40) at the same time ¼ turn counter-clockwise. You can repeat this adjustment to obtain your desired belt tightness.

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FOLDING INSTRUCTIONS

Folding: To fold the treadmill, turn the Lock Knob (No. 10) counter-clockwise and remove it from the lower hole of the Left Upright Support (No. 5). Raise the rear end of the Main Frame (No. 1) all the way up to a vertical position, then insert the Lock Knob (No. 10) to the upper hole of Left Upright Support (No. 5) and turn clockwise to tighten it.(See figure below).
Unfolding: To unfold the treadmill, turn the Lock Knob (No. 10) counter-clockwise and remove it from the upper hole of the Left Upright Support (No. 5). Hold the rear end of the Main Frame (No. 1) and lower it all the way down to the ground, insert the Lock Knob (No. 10) into the lower hole of the Left Upright Support (No. 5) and turn clockwise to tighten.

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WARNING!

  1. When folding or unfolding the treadmill, always ensure that the Lock Knob (No. 10) is inserted correctly and properly tightened.
  2. For their safety, children should be kept away from the equipment, even when folded.
  3.  A folded treadmill should not be operated.
  4.  Do not fold the treadmill unit the running belt stops completely.
  5.  Before folding up or down, do not stand on the running board.

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EMERGENCY DISMOUNT

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Be aware of your body’s signals. Incorrect or excessive exercise can damage your health. If you feel dizziness, nausea, chest pain, back pain, or other health symptoms, stop the workout immediately and consult your physician before continuing.Stand feet on the staging platforms (as shown in the right figure) and hold the handlebars tightly.

HOW TO MOVE THE TREADMILL

Before attempting to move the treadmill, please make sure that it has been properly folded.
Moving: Hold the Handlebar Foams (No. 33) with your hands, slowly tilt the treadmill back towards your body. Once the Transportation Wheels (No. 47) touch the ground you can safely move the treadmill to your desired location (see right figure).

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SPECIFICATIONS:

  • TIME                                                                                00:00-99:59 MIN: SEC
  • SPEED                                                                              0.0-999.9 M (Miles) /H
  • DISTANCE                                                                      0.0-999.9 M (Miles)
  • CALORIE                                                                         0.0-999.9 KCAL

FUNCTION KEY:

MODE: Press to select a function. (TIME, SPEED, DISTANCE, CALORIE).Press and hold the MODE button for 3 seconds to reset TIME, DISTANCE, and CALORIE.

OPERATION PROCEDURES:

AUTO ON/OFF:If you begin exercising or press the MODE button, the computer will turn on. After about 4 minutes of inactivity, the computer will automatically shut off.
RESET:The computer can be reset by pressing and holding the MODE button for 3 seconds. Removing the batteries will also reset the computer and return all function settings back to zero.
MODE:To select the LOCK MODE setting, press the MODE button when the pointer is on the function you wish to display begins to flash, then remove your finger from the button. Once locked, only the selected function will be displayed.

FUNCTIONS:

TIME: Counts the total time of an exercise from start to finish.
SPEED: Displays the current speed being obtained.
DISTANCE: Counts the total distance of an exercise from start to finish.
CALORIE: Counts the number of total calories burned during an exercise from start to finish.
SCAN: Automatically displays functions in the following order: TIME, SPEED, DISTANCE, CALORIE (repeat).
BATTERY: This computer uses two AA batteries. If there is a problem with the display, please install new batteries.

INSTALLATION & REPLACEMENT BATTERY

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BATTERY INSTALLATION:
  1. Take out 2 AA batteries from computer box.
  2.  Press the buckle of the battery cover on the back of the Computer (No. 8), and then remove battery cover.
  3.  Install 2 AA batteries into the battery case on the back of the Computer (No. 8). Pay attention to the battery + and – poles before installing.
  4. Press the buckle of the battery cover, then put the battery cover back to the back of the Computer (No. 8).
    The installation is complete!
 REPLACEMENT BATTERY
  1.  Press the buckle of the battery cover on the back of the Computer (No. 8), then remove the battery cover.
  2. Remove the 2 old AA batteries in the battery case and install 2 new AA batteries into the battery case on the back of the Computer (No. 8). Pay attention to the battery + and – poles before installing.
  3. Press the buckle of the battery cover, then put the battery cover back to the back of the Computer (No. 8).
    The replacement is complete!

NOTE: Always change both batteries at the same time. Do not mix battery types and do not mix old and new batteries.Dispose batteries according to your state and regional guidelines.

TROUBLESHOOTING

PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SUGGESTED ACTION
 

Base is unstable.

There is an object under the main frame of the treadmill, or the ground isn’t level. Remove the object.

Move the treadmill to level ground.

The lock knob is loose. Tighten the lock knob.
 

 

Noise from moving parts.

Hardware: nuts, bolts, or screws are loose. Inspect hardware and tighten.
Running belt and running board are not lubricated. Lubricate running belt and running board (see Pg. 9).
Running centered. belt is not Running belt tension is not accurate on the left or right sides of the running board. Adjust the adjustable bolts, refer to Maintenance Instructions (see Pg. 9).
The computer screen does not display clearly.  

The batteries are low.

 

Replace with new batteries.

 

 

The computer does not work at all.

One of the following sensor wires is not connected correctly: the Sensor Wire (No. 46)Lower Sensor Wire (No. 22A), or Upper Sensor Wire (No. 22B). Check the connections wires, make sure they correctly. of the sensor are attached
The batteries are unresponsive. Replace with new batteries.

 

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