VM 600

5172088

Year of commercialization: 2000

I have a problem

MY BIKE MAKES A CLICKING NOISE ON EVERY PEDAL TURN

The pedals are not tight enough

 

            =>Loosen the pedals 1 tour and tighten them back up as hard as possible

 

MY CONSOLE DOESN'T TURN ON

1. Assembly problem

=>At the back of the console

Refer to the instructions to check that the console has been connected correctly

=>At the connection between the two tubes

Refer to the instructions to check that the cables have been connected correctly

 

2. Electrical problem

=>Your bike works with batteries

Check that the batteries are properly positioned with the correct +/- polarity. If the problem persists, start again with new batteries

=>Your bike is plugged into the main socket

Check if the adaptor is correctly connected to the bike and plugged into the main sokcet and make sure that it works

 

3. Problem in use

Information: the console will not switch on if you are using batteries and the mains power at the same time

I 'M HAVING A PROBLEM WITH THE PEDALS

1. I can't assemble the pedals

 

           => Assembly problem

Make sure to use the right pedal (marked with \"R\") on the right side and the left pedal (marked with \"L\") on the left side

 

2. I hear a noise when pedaling

 

           => Make sure that all pedales have been properly mounted

Make sure that all washers have been properly mounted (as per the instructions) and that all screws are tight enough

 

 

MY BIKE MAKES NOISE

The screws are loose

 

           => Tighten all visible screws

 

MISSING PARTS OR BROKEN COMPONENTS

 Look for the number of the part and click ’NO’

 

 

DIFFICULTY DETECTING THE PULSE

The heart rate indicator is not flashing or flashes erratically

=>Check that the heart rate monitor belt is properly positioned (check the heart rate monitor's instructions)

 

I'M HAVING A PROBLEM WITH THE LEVEL OF RESISTANCE

The console works, but the resistance stays at '1'

 

On of the pins inside the connection between the cables is bended. If so, rebow the pin into the right direction.

Manual and software

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