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Lifecycle 9500HR/9100 Series Recumbent Exercise BikesSERVICE MANUALLifecycle 9500HR / 9100 Series Recumbent Exercise BikesINTRODUCTIONHOW TO USE SERVICE MANUAL AND CONTACT CUSTOMER SUPPORT SERVICESThis service manual is applicable to Lifecycle Model 9500HR (heart rate function via Lifepulse and Telemetry) andLifecycle Model 9100 (heart rate function via Telemetry) belt-drive recumbent exercise bikes.Information represents typical configuration and may differ slightly from actual equipment.The Service Manual

provides recommendations of safe and efficient

approaches to problem situations.

Thismanual is separated into six sections.INTRODUCTIONTHEORY OF OPERATIONTABLE OF CONTENTSSection I TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDESSection II DIAGNOSTIC MODESection III "How To..." SERVICE AND REPAIR GUIDESSection IV ELECTRONICS OVERVIEW WIRING BLOCK DIAGRAMSSection V PARTS IDENTIFICATIONSection VI MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATIONRefer to TABLE OF CONTENTS for section topics.When an operating problem occurs, refer to trouble shooting guides and diagnostic mode to isolate cause .Whenapplicable, guides are listed by problem symptom followed with suggestions of probable cause(s) .Once source of problem is identified, consult "How To..." guides for recommended repair procedures.

"How To..."sub-sections are organized by replaceable part or assembly name.For convenience, sub-section listsrecommended Tools Required to complete specific function.Refer to PARTS IDENTIFICATION to identify proper name and number of part to order for repair of equipment.A reproducible FAX order claim form is given in COMMUNICATING BY TELEFACSIMILE for convenient ordering ofservice parts.To order, contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services.Via FAX - 24 hrs./day, 7 days/week.Via telephone - Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM ( CST).Via post - At address cited.To speed Life Fitness Customer Support Services response to your needs, please provide the following information.1.Model number2.Serial number3.Symptom of problem4.Part name and number to order (if known)Before installing part, review

"How To..." and follow step by step procedures recommended to install part safely andefficiently.Lifecycle 9500HR / 9100 Series Recumbent Exercise BikesTHEORY OF OPERATIONThe Lifecycle recumbent bikes are stationary exercise bicycles that provide a scientific method of improving bodyfitness and endurance through its unique 12 or 24 MINUTE RIDE TO VIGOROUS HEALTH.Computerized state-of-the-art electronics have been engineered to satisfy a range of personalized fitness needs ofthe beginner to the needs of the most advanced fitness enthusiast.The Lifecycle concept is based on the self-motivational principle of INTERVAL TRAINING WITH PROGRESSIVEOVERLOAD.During the HILL and RANDOM exercise programs, the workload against which you are pedaling isperiodically changed by the built-in computer resulting in an automatic increase or decrease in pedal resistance.This simulates riding up and down virtual hills, which are visualized on the display console with columns of lightsthat move from right to left.With features like the RACE program, Fit Test, level 1 through 20 resistance - almost 25% easier than the level 1found on earlier editions of the classic Lifecycle exercise bike and much more challenging for the experienced rider.Also a seat adjustment which allows a wider range of selection to accommodate most anyone.The ability to select a program to match your particular needs is what distinguishes Lifecycle bikes as the worldsmost popular physical conditioning device.Its user-flexibility means that you will never outgrow the innumerablechallenges the Lifecycle exercise bike has to offer.The beginner starts with basic programs, then improves his level of fitness at his own rate while constantlychallenging himself to the next level.For well-conditioned individuals, the advanced programs offer more difficultmodes of training.

In fact, many world-class athletes use Lifecycle bikes to maintain peak levels of conditioning.If you have questions or comments please telephone, FAX or, write us.We are:LIFE FITNESS - CUSTOMER SUPPORT SERVICES10601 Belmont Avenue; Franklin Park, IL

60131; U.S.A.Telephone: 847.451.0036Toll-free: 800.351.3737FAX: 847.288.3702Toll-free: 800.216.8893Lifecycle 9500HR / 9100 Series Recumbent Exercise BikesTABLE OF CONTENTSSECTION ITROUBLESHOOTING GUIDESPAGENO CONSOLE INITIALIZES THEN DISPLAY CONSOLE CONSOLE LEDs REMAIN PERSISTS AND INFORMATION ENTRY NOT GOES OFF WHEN START KEY IS RELEASED

AND INFORMATION ENTRY NOT CONSOLE KEYS DO NOT RESISTANCE LOAD AT START OF RESISTANCE LOAD DURING VARIES DURING MANUAL CONSTANT DURING RANDOM OR HILL OR NO PEDALING TOO BIKE NOT LOAD VOLTAGE HEART RATE OR DISPLAY READS NO HEART RATE ( GRIPS HEART RATE OR DISPLAY READS NO HEART RATE ( II DIAGNOSTIC MODESDISPLAY CONSOLE TO ENTER DIAGNOSTIC STATE 1 - ALL LEDS and KEYPAD STATE 2 - INDIVIDUAL LED STATE 3 - VERSION#: RPM, HR, and LOAD STATE 3 - VERSION#: RPM, NETWORK STATUS, and LOAD TESTS (Integrated PCB STATE 4 - LIFEPULSE and NETWORK STATUS STATE 4 - LIFEPULSE TESTS (Integrated PCB STATE 5 - LOOPBACK STATE 5 - CVA ENABLE/DISABLE (Integrated PCB STATE 6 - MAXIMUM PROGRAM STATE 7 - TELEMETRY STATE 8 - ENGLISH/METRIC STATE 9 - MODEL STATE 10 - WATTS PROGRAM STATE 11- METS PROGRAM STATE 12- POWER SUPPLY STATE 13 - TOTAL HOURS and STATE 14 - NUMERIC KEYS STATE 15 - PHOTO STATE 15 - PROGRAMS ENABLE/DISABLE (Integrated PCB STATE 16 - LANGUAGE SELECTION (Integrated PCB STATE 17 - EEPROM TEST (Integrated PCB STATE 18 - PHOTO SHOOT (Integrated PCB 9500HR / 9100 Series Recumbent Exercise BikesTABLE OF CONTENTS (continued)SECTION III How To REPLACE BELT ...............................................................................................................FREE-WHEEL PULLEY GRIP LOCKING ARM AND ASSEMBLY AND WIRE ROLLER ( ( AND HANDLEBAR ASSEMBLY .............................................................................................17ALTERNATOR CONTROL HEART RATE SENSORS ( HEART RATE PC BOARD ( BAR ...............................................................................................................
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.TELEMETRY PAD AND HANDLEBAR IV ELECTRONICS OVERVIEWLC9100 AND LC9500HR DISPLAY CONSOLE BOARD (DSP Heart AND LC9500HR DISPLAY CONSOLE BOARD (Integrated PCB ALTERNATOR CONTROL ALTERNATOR CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM BLOCK DIAGRAM LC9500HR (Integrated BLOCK DIAGRAM LC9500HR (DSP Heart Rate V PARTS IDENTIFICATIONLC91R-0100-26 (SN (SN VI MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATIONMODEL IDENTIFICATION AND SERIAL NUMBER MAINTAINENCE BY Brunswick Corporation.All rights reserved.

Life Fitness is a registered trademark of Brunswick Corporation.Zone Trainer and Heart Rate Zone Training are trademarks of Brunswick Corporation.Any use of these trademarks, without the expresswritten consent of Brunswick Corporation, is 9500HR / 9100 Series Recumbent Exercise BikesSECTION ITROUBLESHOOTINGSection ILifecycle 9500HR / 9100 Series Recumbent Exercise BikesMalfunctionProbable CauseCorrective ActionNo Power.

Display ConsoleLEDs do not illuminate.Pedaling too slowly.Pedal faster than 45 RPM then press theSTART button.Insufficient battery voltage.LC95R battery voltage output should be: 5.8 -6.3 VDC.LC91R battery voltage output shouldbe: 9.0 VDC.Loose connections at thealternator Power Control Board(PCB) and/or at the AlternatorTerminals.

Damaged wiringharness.Make sure that all connections are secure.Remove connectors at the PCB thenreconnect, and at the alternator terminals,make sure terminal nuts are tight.Inspectwiring harness for damage.Replace asnecessary.Malfunctioning DisplayConsole.Test with known good Display Console.Replace malfunctioning Display Console.Malfunctioning AlternatorControl Board (ACB).Test with known good ACB.Replacemalfunctioning ACB.Malfunctioning Alternator.Test with known good Alternator.

Replacemalfunctioning Alternator.Display Console initializesthen fails.Loose connections at thealternator Power Control Board(PCB) and/or at the AlternatorTerminals.Damaged wiringharness.Make sure that all connections are secure.Remove connectors at the PCB thenreconnect, and at the alternator terminals,make sure terminal nuts are tight.Inspectwiring harness for damage.

Replace asnecessary.Malfunctioning AlternatorControl Board.Test with known good Alternator ControlBoard.Replace malfunctioning board.Malfunctioning Alternator.Test Alternator output or, test with known goodAlternator.Replace malfunctioning Alternator.Lifecycle 9500HR / 9100 Series Recumbent Exercise BikesMalfunctionProbable CauseCorrective ActionErratic Display ConsoleLEDs.Pedaling too slowly.Pedal faster than 45 RPM.Insufficient battery voltage.LC95R battery voltage output should be: 5.8 -6.3 VDC.LC91R battery voltage output shouldbe: 9.0 VDC.Loose connections at thealternator Power Control Board(PCB) and/or at the AlternatorTerminals.Damaged wiringharness.Make sure that all connections are secure.Remove connectors at the PCB thenreconnect, and at the alternator terminals,make sure terminal nuts are tight.Inspectwiring harness for damage.

Replace asnecessary.Malfunctioning DisplayConsole.Test with known good Display Console.Replace malfunctioning Display Console.Malfunctioning AlternatorControl Board.Test with known good Alternator ControlBoard.Replace malfunctioning board.Malfunctioning Alternator.Test Alternator output, or test with known goodAlternator.Replace malfunctioning Alternator.Display Console LEDsremain illuminated.Malfunctioning DisplayConsole.Inspect for damage or depression at STARTkey.

Test with known good Display Console.Replace malfunctioning Display Console.Loose connections at thealternator Power Control Board(PCB) and/or at the AlternatorTerminals.Damaged wiringharness.Make sure that all connections are secure.Remove connectors at the PCB thenreconnect, and at the alternator terminals,make sure terminal nuts are tight.Inspect wiring harness for damage.Replace asnecessary.Malfunctioning AlternatorControl Board.Test with known good Alternator ControlBoard.Replace defective board.Section ILifecycle 9500HR / 9100 Series Recumbent Exercise BikesMalfunctionProbable CauseCorrective ActionPrompt persists andinformation entry notallowed.Attempting to enter improperduration of time.Refer to Operation Manual for time DisplayConsole.Test with known good Display Console.Replace malfunctioning Display Console.Prompt goes OFF when theSTART key is released andinformation entry notallowed.Malfunctioning DisplayConsole.Test with known good Display Console.Replace malfunctioning Display Console.Malfunctioning AlternatorControl Board.Test with known good ACB.Replace defectiveAlternator Control Board.Malfunctioning Alternator.Test Alternator output, or test with known goodAlternator.Replace malfunctioning Alternator.Display Console keys(except START key) do notfunction.Attempting to enter programnot available.Refer to Operation Manual for programavailability.Display Console connectionloose.Make sure that the connections at the DisplayConsole are secure.Remove, then reinstall.Malfunctioning DisplayConsole.Test with substitute Display Console.Replacemalfunctioning Display Console.Numeric keys disabled.Refer to Diagnostic State 14 to enable numerickeys.Lifecycle 9500HR / 9100 Series Recumbent Exercise BikesMalfunctionProbable CauseCorrective ActionExcessive resistance loadat start of program.Pedaling too slowly.Pedal faster than 45 RPM.Loose connections at thealternator Power Control Board(PCB) and/or at the AlternatorTerminals.

Damaged wiringharness.Make sure that all connections are secure.Remove connectors at the PCB thenreconnect, and at the alternator terminals,make sure terminal nuts are tight.

Inspectwiring harness for damage.Replace asnecessary.Malfunctioning DisplayConsole.Test with known good Display Console.Replace malfunctioning Display Console.Malfunctioning AlternatorControl Board.Test with known good Alternator ControlBoard.Replace malfunctioning board.Malfunctioning Alternator.Test Alternator output, or test with known goodAlternator.Replace malfunctioning Alternator.Excessive resistance loadduring program.Pedaling too slowly.Pedal faster than 45 RPM.Loose connections at thealternator Power Control Board(PCB) and/or at the AlternatorTerminals.Damaged wiringharness.Make sure that all connections are secure.Remove connectors at the PCB thenreconnect, and at the alternator terminals,make sure ter.
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