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Model No . WLTL85051 / WLTLSS551 : _ Serial No . OWNER'S MANUAL Serial Number Decal QUESTIONS ? As a manufacturer , we are com - mitted to providing complete customer satisfaction . If you have questions , or find that there are missing or damaged parts , we will guarantee you complete satisfaction through direct assistance from our facto - ry . TO AVOID UNNECESSARY DELAYS , PLEASE CALL DIRECT TO OUR TOLL - FREE CUSTOMER HOT LINE . The trained techni - cians on our Customer Hot Line will provide immediate assis - tance , free of charge to you . CUSTOMER HOT LINE : 1 - 800 - 999 - 3756 Mon . - Fri . , 6 a . m . - 6 p . m . MST CAUTION
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, iiiJiiiiii ! . F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C E ® . . _ : _ ! i _ i _ ! , dii ! _ ' _ : _ . • . . . . . . . . TABLE OF CONTENTS IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 BEFORE YOU BEGIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 TROUBLE - SHOOTING AND STORAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 CONDITIONING GUIDELINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 PART LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 EXPLODED DRAWING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover i ! i _ ! ! ! _ i ! iii ! _ ! _ ii ! i ! _ ii _ i _ i ! i _ i _ i ! ! ! ii ! _ ! ! _ i _ i ! _ ! ¸ ! ! iii ! i _ ii _ iiii ! _ i ! i _ _ ! i _ i _ ! i _ i _ ! _ i : ! ! ii ! _ _ ! i _ i ! ¸ ! i _ _ ! i ! ! i : _ i _ ! ii ! i _ _ _ ii ! ! _ ! i ! _ ii _ ! ! i _ i ! ! ! ! ii ! _ ! i _ _ ! _ ii _ iii : i _ ! _ i ! ! i _ i _ ii _ i _ i ! _ i _ i ! i ! ! _ i ! _ ii ! ! ii ! ! _ ! _ ii ! _ i _ _ i _ i'i ! i _ i ! _ ii : _ ! ¸ ! _ i ! _ i ! _ : _ ! i _ i _ iii _ i ! ! i _ ii _ i _ ! ; i ! _ ! _ i _ ! ! ! _ ! ! iiii ! ! iii ! ii _ ! _ i ! ! ii _ ii ! _ i _ ! ! i ! _ ! ! i _ ! _ _ ! iiiii _ i _ ! ! ! i _ iiii _ ! i : ! i ! _ _ _ iii ! _ ii _ _ iiii _ _ ii ! _ i ! _ iii _ i _ iiii ! iii ! _ i _ iiii _ ! _ ! ii ! ! ; ! ! i ! _ _ i _ i ! ! _ i _ _ i ! ii ! i ! _ _ _ i ! ! iiUii ! i _ _ _ iiiii _ i ! i ! ii _ ii ! _ iii _ _ i ! _ _ ! ! _ i _ ! _ ; ! ! _ ! _ ! iii _ _ i _ ii _ iii ! i _ i _ i ! i _ i _ i _ i _ i ! ! ! i _ i ! i _ : ! ! ! i _ i _ iii ! ! _ i ! ! i ! ii _ i _ ! iiiii ! i ! i ] iiiWiii : _ _ l ! l : _ in : ¸ i _ : li _ : : _ : iiiiiliiiiiZi ! i ! ! i : _ i : i _ : d _ iii _ i _ iiiiii _ ! _ ii _ iii _ ii _ ii _ ii : iii : ii _ : i _ iii : _ i _ iii _ i _ iii ! i _ ii : ii _ iii : iiii _ ii _ iii _ ii _ iii _ i _ _ i _ _ _ ii _ _ ! _ _ _ ii _ : i _ ii _ _ ! _ _ _ i _ _ i _ iii : _ _ : _ ii _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ] _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ; _ _ _ _ d _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ; _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ f _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ; _ q _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ & _ _ 2
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IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS following important precautions and information before operating the treadmill . 1 . It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure the power cord or plug is damaged , or if the that all users of this treadmill are adequately treadmill is not working properly . ( See Informed of all warnings and precautions , BEFORE YOU BEGIN on page 5 if the tread - mill is not working properly . ) 2 . Use the treadmill only as described in this manual . 12 . Keep the power cord and the surge protector away from heated surfaces . 3 . Place the treadmill on a level surface , with eight feet of clearance behind it . Do not place 13 . Never start the treadmill while you are stand - the treadmill on any surface that blocks air ing on the walking belt . Always hold the openings . To protect the floor or carpet from handrails while exercising on the treadmill . damage , place a mat under the treadmill . 14 . The treadmill is capable of high speeds . 4 . Keep the treadmill indoors , away from mois - Adjust the speed in small increments to ture and dust . Do not put the treadmill in a avoid sudden jumps in speed . garage or covered patio , or near water . 15 . To reduce the possibility of the treadmill 5 = Do not operate the treadmill where aerosol overheating , do not operate the treadmill continuously for longer than 1 hour . products are used or where oxygen is being administered . 16 . The pulse sensor is not a medical device . 6 . Keep small children and pets away from the Various factors , including the user's move - treadmill at all times . ment , may affect the accuracy of heart rate readings . The pulse sensor is intended only 7 . The treadmill should be used only by per - as an exercise aid in determining heart rate sons weighing 250 pounds or less . Never trends in general . allow more than one person on the treadmill at a time . 17 ; Never leave the treadmill unattended while it is running . Always remove the SAFEKEY 8 . Wear appropriate exercise attire when using when the treadmill is not in use . the treadmill . Do not wear loose clothing that could become caught in the treadmill . 18 , To change the incline level of the treadmill , Athletic support clothes are recommended refer to the instructions on page 10 . Do not for both men and women . Always wear athlet , use the treadmill with the inctine pins ic shoes . Never use the treadmill with bare removed . feet , wearing only stockings , or in sandals . . . . . . . . . . . 1 _ . Never orop or insert any ot ) jec [ into any 9 . When connecting the power cord ( see HOW opening . forming the maintenance and adjustment be on the same circuit . procedures described inthis manual . Neverto remove the motor hood unless instructed 10 . Use only a UL - listed surge protector , rated at 15 amps , with a ! 4 - gauge cord of five feet or do so by an authorized service representa - less in length . Donot use an extension Cord ; tire . se _ cing other than the procedures in . . . . . . . . . performed by an 11 . Nevermore the walking
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN Thank you for selecting the WESLO CADENCE s 850 until 6 p . m . Mountain Time ( excluding holidays ) . To tread _ nill . The CADENCE 850 treadmill blends help us assist you , please note the product model advanced technology with innovative design to let you number and serial number before calling . The model number is WLTL85051 / VVLTL55551 . The serial num - enjoy an excellent form of cardiovascular exercise in ber can be found on a decal attached to the treadmill the convenience and privacy of your home . ( see the front cover of this manual for the location ) . For your benefit , read this manual carefully before using the treadmill . If you have additional questions , Before reading further , please review the drawing please call our Customer Service Department toll - free below and familiarize yourself with the parts that are labeled . at 1 - 800 - 999 - 3756 , Monday through Friday , 6 a . m . Console \ / Towel Rack Water Bottle Holder t Accessory Water Bottle not included ) Pulse Sensor SAFEKEYTM / Clip j Upright FRONT Hood Breaker Walking Belt Incline Pin BACK Foot Rail Power Cord RIGHT SIDE Rear Roller Adjustment Bolt
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ASSEMBLY Set the treadmill in a cleared area and remove all packing materials . Do not dispose of the packing materials until assembly is completed . Refer to the drawings below to identify small parts used in assembly . TOOLS REQUIRED FOR ASSEMBLY : One adjustable wrench ( not included ) . 3 / 8 " Flange Nut ( 48 ) - 2 3 / 8 " Washer ( 50 ) - 4 0o , , , 40 , 3 / 8 " x 1 " Bolt ( 2 ) - 3 1 . Raise the Upright ( 11 ) to the vertical position . Insert a 3 / 8 " x 1 1 " Bolt ( 2 ) , with the 3 / 8 " x 1 1 / 2 " Washer ( 28 ) , into the lower end of the Upright . Finger tighten the Bolt into the Frame ( 59 ) . 2 . If there are plastic cable ties in the holes of the Handrails ( 1 ) , cut them off . Insert the upper end of one of the Handrails into the Console Housing ( 3 ) . ( Note : The two Handrails are identical . Due to the manufacturing process , there is a dimple near the lower end of each Handrail . It makes no difference which side the dim - ple is on when the Handrails are assembled . ) Insert a 3 / 8 " x 1 " Bolt ( 2 ) , with a 3 / 8 " Washer ( 50 ) , up into the plate under the Console Housing , and finger tighten the Bolt into the Handrail . Attach the other Handrail ( 1 ) in the same manner . . Insert a 3 / 8 " x 2 3 / 4 " Bolt ( 49 ) , with a 3 / 8 " Washer ( 50 ) , into the lower end of the right Handrail ( 1 ) and the Frame ( 59 ) . Reach under the Frame and tighten a 3 / 8 " Flange Nut ( 48 ) onto the Bolt . Attach the other Handrail ( 1 ) ( not shown ) in the same manner . i 49 59 L _ Tighten all Bolts used in steps 1 through 3 . 48 50
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4 . TheConsole ( 3 ) requiresthree " AA " batteries ( notincluded ) a ; lka - linebatteriesarerecommendeSd . lideuptheBatteryCover ( 77 ) . Pressthreebatteriesintothebatterycompartmenwt , iththenega - tive ( - ) endsofthebatteriestouchingthespringsC . losetheBattery Cover . 5 . RemovethepaperbackingfromtheWrenchClip ( 64 ) . Pressthe WrenchClipontotheRightEndcap ( 63 ) intheindicatedloca - tion . PresstheAllenWrench ( 65 ) intotheWrenchClip . 35 64 MakesurethatallpartsaretightenedbeforeyouusethetreadmillN . ote : To protecttheflooror carpet , place a mat under the treadmill . 6
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OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT THE PERFORMANT LUBE TM WALKING BELT risk of electric shock . This product is equipped with a cord having an equipment - grounding conductor and a Your treadmill features a walking belt coated with grounding plug . Plug the power cord into a surge PERFORMANT LUBE TM , a high - performance lubricant . protector , and plug the surge protector into an IMPORTANT : Never apply silicone spray or other appropriate outlet that is properly installed and substances to the walking belt or the walking plat - grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances . form . They will deteriorate the walking belt and cause excessive wear . This product is for use on a nominal 120 - volt circuit , HOW TO PLUG IN THE POWER CORD and has a grounding plug that looks like the plug illus - trated in drawing 1 below . A temporary adapter that looks like the adapter illustrated in drawing 2 may be used to connect the surge protector to a 2 - pole recep - tacle as shown in drawing 2 if a properly grounded out - of the equipment * grounding conductor can let is not available . result in an increased risk of elec _ rt ¢ shock . The temporary adapter should be used only until a properly grounded outlet ( drawing 1 ) can be installed by a qualified electrician . the plug provided with the product - - if it will The green - colored rigid ear , lug , or the like extending from the adapter must be connected to a permanent ground such as a properly grounded outlet box cover . Whenever the adapter is used it must be held in place Your treadmill , like any other type of sophisticated by a metal screw . Some 2 - pole receptacle outlet box electronic equipment , can be seriously damaged by covers are not grounded . Contact a qualified elec - sudden voltage changes in your home's power . trician to determine if the outlet box cover is Voltage surges , spikes , and noise interference can grounded before using an adapter . result from weather conditions or from other appli - ances being turned on or off . To decrease the possibility of your 1 _ rounded Outlet Box treadmill being dam - Treadmill Power Cord - - . aged , always use a g Pin surge protector ( not included ) with your Grounding Plug Grounding Plu _ treadmill . Surge protectors are sold at most hardware 3rounded Outlet stores and department stores . Use only a UL - listed surge protector , rated at 15 amps , with a 14 - gauge cord of five feet or less in length . This product must be grounded . If it should \ Surge Protector Grounding Plug malfunction or break down , grounding pro - vides a path of least Metal Scre _ ; _ resistance for electric I current to reduce the 7
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DIAGRAM OF THE CONSOLE 3eed Control SPEED ON / CLEAR CALORIES / PULSE Note : If there is a thin sheet of clear plastic on the face of the console , Pulse Sensor remove it . Be careful to avoid spilling liquids on the console . Follow the simple steps below to operate the console : Insert the SAFEKEY fully into the power switch . Note : The three dis - _ ! iiiiiii _ i % ! i ! i ! _ ! iii _ ii _ ii ! ii ! iiiii _ ii _ i _ iiii ! _ ! _ ! i ! i _ ¸ i _ _ i ! _ _ ! ! ¸ _ ilii _ _ ii _ ii ! ! iiii _ ! iiiiii ! ! _ ili ! i _ i ! iii ! li _ iiillil ! iii _ iiiii ! ii _ iiiiii ! iiiiiiii ! iiiiiii ! i : i _ fiiiil ! ! il ! i ! iii _ lili _ ! i _ ; _ ! ii plays will not appear yet , unless batteries were just installed . SAFEKEY F _ < " _ Press the ON / CLEAR button . E ! When the ON / CLEAR button is iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ! iiiii % ii _ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ! iiiiiiiii _ iiiii ! iiiii ! ! ! ! ili pressed , the three displays will appear . Note : If batteries were just installed , the displays will already appear . STEP BY STEP CONSOLE OPERATION B eset the speed control and start the walking belt . Before operating the console , make sure that the Slide the speed power cord is properly plugged in . ( See HOW TO control all of the PLUG IN THE POWER CORD on page 7 ) . way to the left , to the " SPEED Next , step onto the foot rails of the treadmill . Find the RESET " position • clip attached to the SAFEKEY ( see the drawing _ Speed Control Next , slide the con - above ) , and slide the clip onto the waistband of your trol to the right until clothing . the walking belt 8 begins to move at slow speed .
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Carefully step onto the walking belt and begin the approximate number of nutritional calories you walking . Change the speed of the walking belt as have burned . Note : It also shows your heart rate desired by sliding the speed control . Note : To stop when your thumb is on the pulse sensor . the walking belt , step onto the foot rails and slide To reset the three displays , press the ON / CLEAR the speed control to the " SPEED RESET " position . button . Measure your pulse , if desired . D To use the pulse sensor , stand on The CALORIES / PULSE display shows the approxi - the foot rails and mate number of calories you have burned . This place your thumb number includes both carbohydrate calories and fat on the pulse sensor calories ( see BURNING FAT on page 12 ) . If your as shown . The goal is to burn fat , you can find the approximate pulse sensor is number of fat calories you have burned by using the pressure - activated . table below . Find the number of calories you have Fully press down burned in the shaded columns , and look to the right the pulse sensor . Do not press too hard , or the to find the number of fat calories you have burned . circulation in your thumb will be restricted , and your pulse will not be detected . Next , slightly raise Calories Fat Cal . Calories Fat Cal . your thumb until the heart - shaped indicator in the 10 6 210 131 CALORIES / PULSE display flashes steadily . Hold 20 13 220 138 your thumb at this level . After 5 to 10 seconds , your 30 19 230 144 pulse will be displayed . If the displayed pulse appears to be too high or too low , or if your pulse is 40 25 240 150 50 31 25O 156 not displayed , lift your thumb off the sensor and allow the display to reset . Press down again on the 60 38 260 163 sensor as described above . Make sure that your 70 44 270 169 thumb is positioned as shown , and that you are 280 80 5O 175 applying the proper amount of pressure . Try the 290 90 56 181 sensor several times until you become familiar with t00 63 300 188 it . Always stand still while measuring your pulse . 110 69 310 194 120 75 320 2O0 Follow your progress with the three displays . 130 81 330 206 140 88 340 213 TIME / DISTANCE 150 94 350 219 oo - oo Mode display - - This dis - ' _ ' _ lndicators 160 100 360 225 TIM _ i [ _ STANCE play shows the 170 106 370 231 elapsed time and 180 113 38O 238 , _ _ u . uill the total distance sPEm / L 244 190 119 390 that you have 200 125 40O 250 walked or run . I CALORIES / FUISE . . . . . . . Every seven sec - onds , the display r _ When you are finished exercising , stop the will alternate between elapsed time ( the left mode walking belt and remove the SAFEKEY . indicator will appear ) and total distance ( the right mode indicator will appear ) . Note : When the walk - Step onto the foot ii I ] ing belt is stopped , the elapsed time will pause . rails and slide the speed control to SPEED display - - This display shows the speed of the " SPEED the walking belt , in miles per hour ( MPH ) or kilome - RESET " position . ters per hour ( KPH ) . To change the unit of measure - Remove the ment , hold down the ON / CLEAR button for five sec - SAFEKEY from onds . The MPH indicator will disappear , and the the console . KPH indicator will appear . Note : If MPH is selected , the distance will also be displayed in miles ; if KPH is Note : The three displays will not turn off when the SAFEKEY is removed . About five minutes selected , the distance will be displayed in kilometers . after the walking belt is stopped , the displays will CALORIES / PULSE display - - This display shows turn off automatically .
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HOWTOCHANGETHEINCLINEOFTHETREADMILL Adjust the incline leg to the desired height and fully re - insert the incline pin . Lay the treadmill on its right side . To vary the intensity of your exercise , the incline of the Repeat the procedure for the left incline leg . CAUTION : treadmill can be changed . There are three different Before using the treadmill , make sure that both incline settings . Before changing the incline , remove incline pins are fully inserted at the same height . Do not use the treadmill with the incline pins removed . the SAFEKEY and unplug the power cord . To change the _ - Incline Pin incline , carefully lay the treadmill on its left side . Remove the lncline Leg incline pin from the right incline leg as shown . TROUBLE - SHOOTING AND STORAGE Most treadmill problems can be solved by following the simple steps below . Find the symptom that applies to your treadmill and follow the steps listed . If further assistance is needed , please call our Customer Service Department toll - free at 1 - 800 - 999 - 3756 , Monday through Friday , 6 a . m . until 6 p . m . Mountain Time ( excluding holidays ) . 1 . SYMPTOM : THE POWER DOES NOT TURN ON b . Make sure that the power cord is plugged in . a _ c . Remove the SAFEKEY from the console . Reinsert Make sure that the power cord is plugged into a surge protector , and that the surge protector is the SAFEKEY fully into the console . plugged into a property grounded outlet . ( See 3 . SYMPTOM : THE DISPLAYS OF THE CONSOLE page 7 . ) Use only a UL - listed surge protector , DO NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY rated at 15 amps , with a 14 - gauge cord of five feet or less in length . a . Check the batteries in the console . ( See assembly b . After the power cord has been plugged in , make step 4 on page 6 . ) Most problems are the result of drained batteries . sure that the SAFEKEY is fully inserted into the console . ( See step I on page 8 . ) 4 . SYMPTOM : THE WALKING BELT SLOWS WHEN c . Check the circuit breaker located on the treadmill WALKED ON frame near the power cord . If the switch protrudes as shown , the circuit breaker has tripped . To reset a . Use only a UL - listed surge protector , rated at 15 the circuit breaker , wait for five minutes and then amps , with a 14 - gauge cord of five feet or less in press the switch back in . length . b . If the walking belt is overtightened , treadmill per - formance may decrease and the walking belt may be permanently damaged . Remove the SAFEKEY and UNPLUG THE POWER CORD . Using the allen wrench , turn both rear roller adjustment bolts Reset Tripped counterclockwise , 1 / 4 of a turn ( see the drawing on the following page ) . When the walking belt is 2 . SYMPTOM : THE POWER TURNS OFF DURING USE properly tightened , you should be able to lift each side of the walking belt 2 to 3 inches off the walk - a . Check the circuit breaker located on the treadmill ing platform . The center of the walking belt should frame near the power cord . If the circuit breaker just touch the walking platform . Be careful to keep has tripped , the switch will protrude . ( See the the walking belt centered . Plug in the power cord , insert the SAFEKEY and run the treadmill for a drawing above . ) To reset the circuit breaker , wait 10 for five minutes and then press the switch back in .
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fewminutesR . epeaut ntilthewalkingbeltisprop - If the walking belt slips when walked on , first remove the SAFEKEY and UNPLUG THE erlytightenedI . fthewalkingbeltstillslowswhen walkedon , pleasecallourCustomeSr ervice POWER CORD . Using the allen wrench , turn both rear roller adjustment bolts clockwise , 1 / 4 of a turn . Department . When the walking belt is correctly tightened , you should be able to lift each side of the walking belt 3 to 4 inches off the walking platform . The center of the walking belt should just touch the walking plat - form . Be careful to keep the walking belt centered . Plug in the power cord , insert the SAFEKEY and run the treadmill for a few minutes . Repeat until the walking belt is propedy tightened . RearRollernBt Adjustme olts 5 . SYMPTOM : THE WALKING BELT IS OFF - CENTER OR SLIPS WHEN WALKED ON a . If the walking belt has shifted to the left , first remove the SAFEKEY and UNPLUG THE STORAGE POWER CORD . Using the allen wrench , turn the left rear roller adjustment bolt clockwise , and the Unplug the power cord when the treadmill is not in use . right bolt counterclockwise , 1 / 4 of a turn each . Be It is recommended that the batteries be removed from careful not to overtighten the walking belt . Plug in the console and the treadmill be covered during the power cord , insert the SAFEKEY and run the extended periods of storage . treadmill for a few minutes . Repeat until the walk - ing belt is centered . Remove the bolt , washer , and nut from the lower end of each handrail . Remove the bolt and washer from b . If the walking belt has shifted to the right , first the upper end of remove the SAFEKEY and UNPLUG THE each handrail . POWER CORD . Using the allen wrench , turn the Slide the left rear roller adjustment bolt counterclockwise , handrails out of and the right bolt clockwise , 1 / 4 of a turn each . Be the console hous - careful not to overtighten the walking belt . Plug in ing . the power cord , insert the SAFEKEY and run the treadmill for a few minutes . Repeat until the walk - Re move ing belt is centered . Remove the bolt and washer from the lower end of the upright . Lay the upright on the treadmill . Keep all hardware in a secure location . 11
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CONDITIONING GUIDELINES Training Zone ( Beats / Min . ) Unconditioned Conditioned Age this or any exercise progrem , consult your physlclan _ This is especially important for 2O 138 - 167 133 - 162 individuals over the age of 35 or individuals 136 - 166 132 - 160 25 wffh preexisting heatth problems , 130 - 158 3O 135 - 164 The pulse sensor is note medical device . 134 - 162 129 - 156 35 may affect the accuracy of heart rate readings ; 132 - 161 127 - 155 4O : The sensor is intended only . as an exercise aid in determining heart rate trends in general . 45 131 - 159 125 - 153 5O 129 - 156 124 - 150 122 - 149 The following guidelines will help you to plan your exer - 55 127 - 155 cise program . Remember - - these are general guide - 6O 126 - 153 121 - 147 lines . For more detailed information about exercise , obtain a reputable book or consult your physician . 125 - 151 119 - 145 65 7o 123 - 150 118 - 144 EXERCISE INTENSITY 117 - 142 7s 122 - 147 Whether you want to burn fat , strengthen your cardio - 80 115 - 140 120 - 146 vascular system , or increase your athletic perfor - mance , you can tailor your exercise to your specific 85 118 - 144 114 - 139 goals . The key to achieving the desired results is to exercise with the proper intensity . months of regular exercise , your pulse can be gradually increased until it is near the middle of your training zone Burning Fat as you exercise . You can measure your pulse using the pulse sensor . Exercise for about four minutes , and then To burn fat effectively , you must exercise at a relatively measure your pulse immediately . If your pulse is too low intensity level for a sustained period of time . high or too low , adjust the intensityof your exercise . It During the first few minutes of exercise , your body may also be helpful to set the speed control on the con - uses easily accessible carbohydrate calories for ener - sole to AEROBIC to help you maintain the proper inten - gy . Only after the first few minutes of exercise does sity level . ( See step 3 on pages 8 and 9 . ) your body begin to use stored fat calories for energy . If your goat is to burn fat , set the speed control on the Performance Training console to FAT BURN to help you maintain the proper intensity level . ( See step 3 on pages 8 and 9 . ) If your goal is high performance athletic conditioning , set the speed control on the console to PERFOR - Aerobic Exercise MANCE to help you maintain the proper intensity level . ( See step 3 on pages 8 and 9 . ) If your goal is to strengthen your cardiovascular system , your exercise must be " aerobic . " Aerobic exercise is WORKOUT GUIDELINES activity that requires large amounts of oxygen for pro - longed periods of time . This increases the demand on When exercising , wear appropriate attire . Always wear the heart to pump blood to the muscles , and on the athletic shoes for foot protection . Each workout should lungs to oxygenate the blood . The proper intensity level include three basic parts : ( 1 ) a warm - up , ( 2 ) training for aerobic exercise can be found by using your pulse zone exercise , and ( 3 ) a cool - down . as a guide . As you exercise , your pulse should be kept at a level between 70 % and 85 % of your maximum pos - Warming Up sible heart rate . This is known as your training zone . You can find your training zone in the table at the top of Warming up prepares the body for exercise by increas - this page . Training zones are listed according to age ing circulation , delivering more oxygen to the muscles and physical condition . During the first few months of and raising the body temperature . Begin each workout your exercise program , keep your pulse near the low with 5 to 10 minutes of stretching and light exercise to 12 end of your training zone as you exercise . After a few warm up ( see SUGGESTED STRETCHES on page 13 ) .
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Training Zone Exercise to cool down . This will increase the flexibility of your muscles and will help to prevent post - exercise problems . After warming up , increase the intensity of your exer - cise until your pulse is in your training zone for 20 to Exercise Frequency 60 minutes . ( During the first few weeks of your exer - cise program , do not keep your pulse in your training To maintain or improve your condition , complete three zone for longer than 20 minutes . ) Breathe regularly workouts each week , with at least one day of rest and deeply as you exercise - - never hold your breath . between workouts . After a few months , you may com - plete up to five workouts each week if desired . Cooling Down The key to success is to make exercise a regular and Finish each workout with 5 to 10 minutes of stretching enjoyable part of your everyday life . SUGGESTED STRETCHES The correct form for several basic stretches is shown in the 1 drawings below . Move slowly as you stretch - - never bounce . 1 . Toe Touch Stretch Stand with your knees bent slightly and slowly bend forward from your hips . Allow your back and shoulders to relax as you reach down toward your toes as far as possible . Hold for 15 counts , then relax . Repeat 3 times . Stretches : Hamstrings , back of knees and back . 2 . Hamstring Stretch Sit with one leg extended . Bring the sole of the opposite foot toward you and rest it against the inner thigh of your extended leg . Reach toward your toes as far as possible . Hold for 15 counts , then relax . Repeat 3 times for both legs , Stretches : Hamstrings , lower back and groin . 3 . CalflAchilles Stretch With one leg in front of the other , reach forward and place your hands against a wall . Keep your back leg straight and your back foot flat on the floor . Bend your front leg , lean forward and move your hips toward the wall . Hold for 15 counts , then relax . Repeat 3 times for both legs . To cause further stretching of the achiltes tendons , bend your back leg as well . Stretches : Calves , achilles tendons and ankles . 4 . Quadriceps Stretch With one hand against a wall for balance , reach back and grasp one foot with your other hand . Bring your heel as close to your buttocks as possible . Hold for 15 counts , then relax . Repeat 3 times for both legs . Stretches : Quadriceps and hip muscles . 5 . Inner Thigh Stretch Sit with the soles of your feet together and your knees outward . Pull your feet toward your groin area as far as possible . Hold for 15 counts , then relax . Repeat 3 times . Stretches : Quadriceps and hip muscles . 13
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PART LISTmModel NO . WLTL85051 / WLTL55551 R0296A Key No . Qty . Description Key No . Qty . Description 1 2 Handrail w / Foam Grip 43 1 Front Roller / Pulley 2 3 3 / 8 " x 1 " Bolt 44 1 Walking Platform 3 1 Console Housing 45 1 Walking Belt 4 1 70 " Wire Harness 46 2 Foot Rail 5 * 1 Console Assembly 47 1 Pulley / Flywheel / Fan 6 9 Console Screw 48 2 3 / 8 " Flange Nut 7 1 Pot Wire 49 2 3 / 8 " x 2 3 / 4 " Bolt 8 1 Console Cable Loom 50 4 3 / 8 " Washer 9 1 SAFEKEY _ M / Clip 51 1 Controller 10 2 Foam Grip 52 1 Choke 11 1 Upright 53 10 Small Screw 12 1 Motor Swivel Bolt 54 1 4 " Cable Tie 13 1 Motor Mount Bracket 55 2 8 " Cable Tie 14 1 Motor Swivel Nut 56 1 Tie Holder 15 2 Motor Bolt 57 1 Tie Screw 16 1 Motor 58 1 Wire Tie 17 2 Motor Nut 59 1 Frame 18 1 Motor Tension Bolt 60 2 Rear Leg Endcap 19 1 Motor Tension Washer 61 1 Magnet 20 1 Star Washer 62 1 Roller Ground Wire 21 1 Motor Tension Nut 63 1 Right Endcap 22 4 Wire Clip 64 2 Wrench Clip 23 4 Hood Anchor 65 1 3 / 16 " Allen Wrench 24 4 Anchor Screw 66 2 Rear Roller Adjustment Bolt 25 1 Upright Pivot Nut 67 1 Left Endcap 26 2 Upright Pivot Washer 68 1 Rear Roller 27 1 Upright Cable Loom 69 8 Platform Screw 28 1 3 / 8 " x 1 1 / 2 " Washer 70 4 Hood Screw 29 2 Rubber Cushion 71 1 Hood 30 1 Power Cord 72 1 Reed Switch Extension Wire 31 1 Circuit Breaker 73 1 Reed Switch / Sensor Wire 32 1 Upright Pivot Bolt 74 1 Motor Belt 33 1 Grommet 75 1 Cage Nut 34 2 Frame Endcap 76 * 1 MotodPulleyiFlywheel / Fan 35 9 Screw 77 1 Battery Cover 36 2 Incline Pin 78 1 Potentiometer 37 2 Incline Leg Cap 79 1 Speed Control 38 2 Incline Leg # 1 8 " Green Ground Wire 39 2 Belt Guide # 1 8 " White Wire , Male / Female 40 1 Front Roller Adjustment Bolt # 1 Owner's Manual 41 3 Adjustment Washer * Includes all parts shown in the box . 42 1 Safety Cover # Indicates a non - illustrated part . Specifications are subject to change without notice . See the back cover for information about ordering replace - ment parts , 14
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EXPLODED DRAWING - - Model No . WLTL85051 / WLTL55551 RO296A 79 3 14 15 . _ 47 I 71 20 12 jll 7O 25 21 2 \ 3O 28 22 24 49 7O 50 43 44 35 J 46 46 45 \ 36 53 j " J 59 50 41 66 29 41 66 15 53
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ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS To order replacement pads , call our . Customer Service Department toll - free at 1 - 800 - 999 - 3756 , Monday through Friday , 6 a . m . until 6 p . m . Mountain Time ( excluding holidays ) . When ordering parts , please be prepared to give the following information : • The MODEL NUMBER of the product ( WLTL85051 / WLTL55551 ) . • The NAME of the product ( WESLO CADENCE ® 850 treadmill ) . • The SERIAL NUMBER of the product ( see the front cover of this manual ) . • The KEY NUMBER of the part ( s ) ( see page 14 of this manual ) . • The DESCRIPTION of the part ( s ) ( see page 14 of this manual ) . tf possible , place the treadmill near your telephone for easy reference when calling . LIMITED WARRANTY ICON Health & Fitness , Inc . ( " ICON " ) , warrants this product to be free from defects in workmanship and material , under normal use and service conditions , for a period of ninety ( 90 ) days from the date of pur - chase . This warranty extends only to the original purchaser . ICON's obligation under this warranty is lim - ited to replacing or repairing , at ICON's option , the product at one of its authorized service centers . All products for which warranty claim is made must be received by ICON at one of its authorized service centers with all freight and other transportation charges prepaid , accompanied by sufficient proof of pur - chase . All returns must be pre - authorized by ICON . This warranty does not extend to any product or damage to a product caused by or attributable to freight damage , abuse , misuse , improper or abnormal usage or repairs not provided by an ICON authorized service center , to products used for commercial or rental purposes , or to products used as store display models . No other warranty beyond that specifically set forth above is authorized by ICON . ICON IS NOT RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR INDIRECT , SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAM - AGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE PROD - UCT OR OTHER DAMAGES WITH RESPECT TO ANY ECONOMIC LOSS , LOSS OF PROPERTY , LOSS OF REVENUES OR PROFITS , LOSS OF ENJOYMENT OR USE , COSTS OF REMOVAL , INSTALLATION OR OTHER CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF WHATSOEVER NATURE . SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUEN - TIAL DAMAGES . ACCORDINGLY , THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU . THE WARRANTY EXTENDED HEREUNDER IS IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PUR - POSE IS LIMITED IN ITS SCOPE AND DURATION TO THE TERMS SET FORTH HEREIN . SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS . ACCORDINGLY , THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU . This warranty gives you specific legal rights . You may also have other rights which vary from state to state . ICON HEALTH & FITNESS , INC . , 1500 S . 1000 W . , LOGAN UT 84321 - 9813 Part No . 128977 F00373AC R0296A Printed in USA © 1996 ICON Health & Fitness , Inc .
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