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Elevation 95X-ALLXX-01 Commercial Cross-trainer

“How To…”

41

Swoosh Cover

Phillips Screws (3)

HOW TO... REPLACE THE SWOOSH COVERS Tools required: Phillips screwdriver Estimated time required: 20 minutes

1. If the cross-trainer has line cords, unplug them from the wall outlets.

2. Remove and save the three screws that secure the right or left swoosh cover to the frame.

3. Install the new swoosh cover using the screws removed and saved in step 3.

Elevation 95X-ALLXX-01 Commercial Cross-trainer

“How To…”

59

BoltKeyed Washer

Washer

Rocker Assembly

Inner Rocker Assembly Mounting Screws (12)

Inner RockerAssembly Cover

Inner Rocker AssemblyCover Mounting Bracket

HOW TO... REPLACE THE INNER ROCKER ASSEMBLY COVER Tools required: Phillips screwdriver, 4mm Allen wrench, 13mm and 19mm socket wrenches Estimated time required: 60 minutes

1. If the cross-trainer has line cords, unplug them from the wall outlets.

2. Remove the lower rocker assembly cover. (See the “How To…” on page 55.)

3. Remove and save the twelve screws and washers that secure the inner rocker assembly cover to the inner rocker assembly cover-mounting bracket.

4. Remove the bolt and keyed washer that secure the rocker assembly to the main shaft.

5. Carefully slide the rocker assembly off the main shaft.

6. Remove the old inner rocker assembly cover.

7. Place the new inner rocker assembly cover in position on the main shaft.

8. Carefully slide the rocker assembly onto the main shaft and position it on the shaft so that the keyed washer lines up with the slot in the shaft. Use the bolt and keyed washer removed in Step 5.

9. Line up the inner rocker assembly cover mounting holes with the holes in the inner rocker assembly cover mounting bracket and secure it with the twelve screws and washers removed in step 4.

10. Complete the installation of remaining components in reverse order.

Models 95L, 95LWEZ, and 95LE Summit Trainers How To…

102

HOW TO… REPLACE THE CONTROL LINK ASSEMBLY Tools required: Phillips screwdriver, metric Allen set, snap ring pliers Estimated repair time: 30 minutes 1. Remove the main shroud assembly (see “How To...” on page 86).

2. Remove the rocker arm cover (see “How To...” on page 92).

3. Remove the lever joint cover assembly (see “How To...” on page 93).

4. Remove the control link cap where the control link attaches to the pedal adaptor.

5. Remove the Allen bolt and washer that secure the control link assembly to the pedal adaptor.

6. Remove the snap ring that holds the rocker arm to the control link shaft.

7. Carefully remove the control link assembly from the Summit Trainer. Note the orientation of the thrust washer and hardened washer when separating the rocker arm from the control link assembly.

8. Reverse steps 1 through 6 to install the new control link assembly.

Snap Ring

Rocker Arm Cover

Thrust Washer

Control Link AssemblyLever Joint Cover

Hardened Washer

Rocker Arm

Clevis Cover

Control Link

Cap

Allen Bolt,torque to

20-30 ft-lbs(30-41 Nm)

Washer

Models 95L, 95LWEZ, and 95LE Summit Trainers How To…

89

HOW TO… REPLACE THE CONSOLE CABLE ASSEMBLY Tools required: Phillips screwdriver, fish tape, needle-nose pliers Estimated repair time: 30 minutes 1. Remove the main shroud assembly (see

“How To...” on page 86).

2. Remove the accessory tray (see “How To…” on page 81).

3. Disconnect one end of the console cable assembly from the console.

4. Disconnect the other end from the power control board and battery.

5. Remove the cable.

6. Feed the fish tape down the monocolumn.

7. Pull it out through the access hole near the bottom of the frame upright. Pliers will simplify this step.

Models 95L, 95LWEZ, and 95LE Summit Trainers How To…

90

HOW TO… REPLACE THE CONSOLE CABLE ASSEMBLY - CONTINUED 8. Fasten the 16-pin console connector end of

the new cable to the fish tape with electrical tape as shown.

9. Use the fish tape to feed the console cable up through the frame and monocolumn.

10. Reverse steps 1 through 5 to complete the console cable assembly installation.

Parts Manuals

15

ARCTIC SILVER QUIET DRIVE 90X 90X-0XXX-04 Drive Module SN 100000

Poly-V MetricPulley0K35-01186-0007Pulley Set Screws0017-00101-1833

J8 FlexonicBelt0K62-01134-0000

Right Crank ArmWeld AssemblyAK62-00204-0000

Alternator-FlywheelAssemblyAK61-00250-0001Mando Alternator Brushes0017-00009-0895

Crankshaft0K62-01222-0001

Crank Arm-PulleyAssemblySee Page 14 forbreakdown

J10 Flexonic Belt0K62-01135-0000

Intermediate Shaft0K62-01223-0000

Resistor AssemblyIncludes PowerControl CableAK62-00260-0000

Bearing-InsertAssembly (4)See Page 13 forbreakdown

12

ARCTIC SILVER 93T 93T-XXXX-09 Lift Frame , Lift Motor, and IEC Receptacle S/N TTL100000 and up

Cotter Pin0017-00007-0208

Clevis Pin0017-00007-0214 Lift Motor

0K58-01062-0000

Lock Nuts (2)0017-00103-0285

Hex Screws (2)0017-00101-1777Flat Washers (2)0017-00104-0259Bronze Sleeves (2)0K58-01089-0000

Line Cord Clip0017-00042-0840

Lift Frame0K58-01066-0000

Lock Nut0017-00103-0025

Lift Motor Hex Bolt0017-00101-1021

Vinyl Cap0017-00042-1075

Wheels (2)0K58-01071-0000Phillips Screws (2)0017-00101-1612Washers (2)0017-00104-0189

Lift Frame End Caps (4)0017-00042-1076

Frame Screws (2)0017-00101-1723

Frame Screws *0017-00101-1723

Line-Cord Socket Brkt *0K58-01419-0000

Line Cord(see line cord page)

Lower Receptacle Brkt0K58-01420-0000

Frame Screws (2)0017-00101-1723

IEC Receptacle *0017-00003-0949

COVER: PIVOTS; LIFT-FRAME (2)0K58-01322-0000

* RECEPTACLE-ASSY: MFG; RECESS B AK58-00514-0000

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ARCTIC SILVER 95Ri 95R-0XXX-04 Seat Assembly S/N CCU100000 and up

End Caps (4)0K19-01208-0001

Seat AssemblyAK51-00023-0003

Hex Bolts (4)0017-00101-1749

Washers (8)0017-00104-0461

Screws (4)0017-00101-1745

Bushing Hole0017-00042-0866

Screws (2)0017-00101-1282

Upper Flex Cable Clamp0K19-01221-0000

Flat-Flex CableAK19-00082-0001

Cable Sleeve0K19-01230-0000

Heart Rate Electrode AK63-00014-0003Handlebar w/InsertAK39-00024-0002

Tape (2)0K19-01222-0000

Double-sidedFoam Tape (2)0K19-01222-0000

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ARCTIC SILVER 95Ri 95R-0XXX-04 Wheel and Leveler S/N CCU100000 and up

Pan Screws (2)0017-00101-1747

Wheel Screw0017-00101-1747

Flat Washer0K63-01041-0000

Wheel Insert0K63-01039-0000

Wheel AssemblyAK63-00016-0001

Lock Nut0017-00103-0273

Leveler0017-00009-0795

Leveler AssemblyAK61-00035-0000

Rear StabilizerGK39-00002-0012

End Cap0K63-01219-0001

Illustrations

Frame

Dual Lock

Frame Mating Arm

Right Upper Extrusion

Right Lower Extrusion

Foam Strip

Cross-section

Dual Lock

Brake Cable

Nut

Bolt

ResistanceStepperMotor

ResistanceStepper Motor(rotated)

Step 5: first and second Phillips screws visible through frame

Step 5: third screw visible

Outside Telescoping Shroud

Phillips Screws (4)

InsideTelescopingShroud

PhillipsScrews (2)

Step 6: measurethis distance

Idler Bracket Left Side Plate

J-hook

Brake Cable

Slide Block

Eddy Current

Brake

Hex Bolt

Idler BracketMounting Bolts (3)

Drive Belt

Left Side Plate(pull away justenough to allowdrive belt to beremoved)

Eddy Current Brake

Service Bulletins

Life Fitness proprietary and confidential information – For the use of the intended recipient only - Do not reproduce or distribute.

Fig. 1: new stabilizer cap

Stabilizer Cap

Fig. 2: typical stabilizer cap location

Original Date 25 Apr 2008

Revised Date n/a

Pages 1

Author Lawrence Triplett

Subject: New Stabilizer Cap Serial Number:

Distribute To: Internal Dealer ISO Installer Customer

DESCRIPTION

A new stabilizer cap, part no. 0K68-01129-0000 (shown in Figures 1 and 2), is now available∗. This cap is made of a more flexible rubber which will eliminate the problem with cracking stabilizer caps.

AFFECTED MODELS

Model

Serial No. Prefix

Quantity Needed per Unit

90X-01 XTA 90X-02 AWD. XHA 90X-03 XHA 90X-04 XWB 90XW-02 AWE 90XW-03 XHB 93X-01 XTB 93X-02 ACH, XHF 93X-03 AXA, XHF 93X-04 XWF 93X-05 XHF 93XW-02 AWF, XHG 93XW-03 AXD, XHG cross-trainers 95X-01 XTD 4 95X-02 ACJ, XHK 95X-03 AXB, XHK 95X-04 XHK 95X-05 XHK 95XE-01 XTC 95XE-02 ACK, XHM 95XE-03 AXG, XHM 95XE-04 XWE 95XE-05 XHM 95XEZ-01 WZX 95XW-02 AWG, XHL 95XW-03 AXF, XHL 95XWEZ XWM

95L-01 LXX 95LE-01 LEX Summit trainers 95LWEZ-01 LEZ

2

∗The new stabilizer cap replaces part no. 0K62-01003-0000.

Document No: CT08042502N

Life Fitness proprietary and confidential information – For the use of the intended recipient only - Do not reproduce or distribute.

Original Date: January 24, 2007 Author

Revised Date:

Problem Code

n/a

Warranty Yes No

Parts Labor

Pages 1

Richard Herr

Subject:

Serial Number:

Reference Bulletin No.:

Current Cross-trainer Control Link Assemblies

90X, 93X, and 95X (all models)

Distribute To: Internal Dealer ISO Installer Customer

DESCRIPTION Dual Sourcing of Link Balls on Tie Rod/Extension Assemblies Ending. Life Fitness has used two vendors (IKO and THK) to provide the link balls on the tie rod/extension assemblies used on our current production cross-trainers. In the future, only link balls produced by THK will be used. IKO link balls have been found to fail prematurely. If you have any assemblies with IKO link balls in your inventory, contact your RSM to have them removed and replaced with assemblies with THK link balls. These assemblies are part of the GK62-00002-0015 service kits. Existing kits must be inspected to determine which link balls they use (see illustrations).

Document No: CT07012401N

Old Style (IKO) Link Ball

Current (THK) Link Ball

Life Fitness proprietary and confidential information – For the use of the intended recipient only - Do not reproduce or distribute

Original Date

27-Jun-06

Revised Date

Problem Code

15105

Warranty Yes No Parts Labor

Pages

1

Author

John Chavez

Subject: Serial Number:

Activity Zone Ribbon Cable Is Coming Loose ALL 95T, 95TE, 97T, and 97TE – 07 with the Activity Zone assembly

Time Required: 15 min 30 min 45 min 1 hr+

Distribute To: Internal Dealer ISO Installer Customer

DESCRIPTION The ribbon cable from the Activity Zone bezel is coming loose from the Activity Zone module assembly.

SOLUTION Reinsert the Activity Zone’s bezel ribbon cable back into P9 on the Activity Zone module assembly.

TOOLS REQUIRED Phillips screwdriver

PROCEDURE 1. Turn the treadmill power off at the on/off switch.

2. Unplug the line cord at the wall outlet.

3. Remove the two screws from the back of the Ergo Bar that secure the Activity Zone assembly (see Fig. 1).

4. Lift off the Activity Zone assembly just enough to disconnect the 4-Pin connector from the Activity Zone circuit board.

5. Reinstall the ribbon cable into the P2 connector (Fig. 2, Fig. 3).

6. Reassemble the Activity Zone module in reverse order.

Bulletin No: TR06062701N

Ergo Bar Assembly MountingScrews & Washers

Activity Zone Module AssemblyFig. 1: Ergo Bar and Activity Zone

Fig. 2: Loose ribbon cable Fig. 3: Correctly-attached ribbon cable

Photographs


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