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Incline Calibration–Non-Touchscreen Consoles

Incline calibration is used to test the full range of the machine’s incline and decline functions (if applicable). The instructions for calibrating the incline may vary by model, so it is recommended that you reference your owner’s manual for exact instructions.

For non-touchscreen consoles, there are two general methods to calibrate the incline. Please note that these instructions only apply to some models of treadmills and incline trainers.

Method 1: Press Stop and Speed Up, Insert the Key

To calibrate the incline, press and hold the stop and speed increase buttons. While holding the buttons, insert the safety key. The machine will now be in calibration mode. Press the Stop button once. Then, press one of the incline buttons to begin the calibration. It is recommended that you do not stand on the machine while the calibration is taking place.

The machine will move to its highest incline position, then to its lowest decline position. Please wait for the machine to come to a complete stop. When the machine stops moving, the calibration is complete. Remove the safety key from the console to exit calibration mode.

Method 2: Press the Stop Button, Insert the Key

To calibrate the incline, press and hold the stop button. While holding the button, insert the safety key into the console. The machine will now be in calibration mode. Press the stop button once. Then, press either the incline up or incline down button to begin the calibration. It is recommended that you do not stand on the machine while the calibration is taking place.

The machine will move to its highest incline position, then to its lowest decline position. Please wait for the machine to come to a complete stop. When the machine stops moving, the calibration is complete. Remove the safety key from the console to exit calibration mode.

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