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Preventative Maintenance

Precor Preventative Maintenance
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Precor at 888.556.2169
or email: services@precor.com

The Precor Preventative Maintenance program is a great way to make sure your equipment is performing in peak condition for your exercisers.

When your Precor equipment is covered under a Preventative Maintenance Plan, our Precor-certified technician will deliver regular, thorough cleaning, testing, and calibration which amounts to more uptime for your equipment.

We offer a variety of service schedules to fit your needs. From monthly to annual arrangements, we are there when you need us to keep your equipment up and running smoothly.

Preventative Maintenance
  • Regularly scheduled Preventative Maintenance visits. Choose: Monthly • Quarterly • Semi-Annual • Annual
  • Increases uptime of your equipment
  • Ability to schedule Preventative Maintenance visits at convenient time
  • Extends the life of the equipment
  • Reduces risk
  • Provides members with an optimum experience
  • Reduces club staffing requirements and/or 3rd party servicer expense
  • Factory-trained service technician performs comprehensive maintenance
  • Provides detailed diagnostic report following each Preventative Maintenance visit

 

To get started, call Precor at 888.556.2169 or email: services@precor.com

CARDIO EQUIPMENT CARE

Protecting the Value of Your Fitness Equipment

Preventative maintenance is essential to extending the life of your equipment, increasing uptime, and maintaining warranty coverage. Precor authorized servicers perform the procedures listed below by equipment type. For more details on Maintenance Procedures refer to your Service Manual. Click here for a PDF version of the Preventative Maintenance checklists for all the product lines available above.

Maintenance Schedule for:

Weekly Monthly Quarterly* Semi-Annual**
  • Operation verification.
  • Verify the stop clip is in place and functional.
  • Check the tension, tracking and alignment of the running belt. Re-tension or adjust if necessary.
  • Check the drive motor brushes, if applicable.
  • Verify unit sits level on floor.
  • Visually inspect the running deck and belt, make sure that the bed or belt is in good condition. Replace if necessary.
  • Check the tension of the drive belt, adjust if necessary.
  • Lubricate lift motor screw.
  • Turn off power switch/circuit breaker and unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
  • Inspect the power cord, make sure it is not damaged or underneath the treadmill. Verify the cord clamp is securely installed.
  • Remove hood and vacuum the compartment and motor controller fan.
  • Inspect the power cord, make sure it is not damaged or coiled under the treadmill.
  • Perform functional test to verify all features are performing properly.
  • Perform the software diagnostics, check LED function and record the odometer reading.
  • Vacuum underneath equipment.
  • Clean the treadmill’s frame using a cloth dampened with an approved cleaning solution. Use a soft nylon scrub brush or a towel to clean the running belt.
  • Functionally test both the wireless and hand held heart rate.
  • Clean all surfaces.
  • Clean the floor underneath the Treadmill.
  • Use a dry towel to clean the running belt and deck.
  • Wipe the surface of the electronic console.
  • Verify the safety lanyard is in place and functional.
  • Inspect visible welds, frame and wire connections.
  • Clean the electronic console with a damp lint free cloth and dry completely.
  • Clean drive belt and pulley with a small wire brush.
  • Clean touch screen console (P80) with a diluted solution of one part 91% Isopropyl Alcohol to one part water on a damp lint free cloth and dry completely.
  • Inspect running belt and deck.

IMPORTANT! USE EXTREME CAUTION when the rear cover is removed.
Serious injury could result if fingers are pinched between the flywheel spokes, crank arms, stair arms, and drive weldment.

 

Weekly Monthly Quarterly* Semi-Annual**
  • Operation verification.
  • Inspect visible welds, frame and wire connections.
  • Verify torque setting on crank arm and pillow blocks.
  • Verify the battery voltage.
  • Verify unit sits level on floor.
  • Inspect and lube lift motor screw if necessary.
  • Inspect belts for tension and excessive wear.
  • Vacuum underneath equipment.
  • Remove rear covers and vacuum with a low static vacuum around the electronic board.
  • Lubricate lift motor screw with a synthetic grease.
  • Clean all surfaces.
  • Clean drive belts and pulleys.
  • Use soft nylon scrub brush to clean grooves on foot pedals.
  • Verify the wheels run smoothly on the ramp.
  • Clean the electronic console with a damp lint free cloth and dry completely.
  • Clean the ramps and wheels with an approved solution.
  • Clean touch screen console (P80) with a diluted solution of one part 91% Isopropyl Alcohol to one part water on a damp lint free cloth and dry completely.
  • Inspect the power cord. Insure that the cord is not pinched under the unit.
  • Vacuum carpet or “damp mop” the floor underneath the EFX.
  • Verify the HHHR is operational.
  • Record the usage hours.

IMPORTANT! USE EXTREME CAUTION when the rear cover is removed.
Serious injury could result if fingers are pinched between the flywheel spokes, crank arms, stair arms, and drive weldment.

 

Weekly Monthly Quarterly* Semi-Annual**
  • Operation verification.
  • Inspect visible welds, frame, and wire connections.
  • Check the tension of the drives and h-brake belts, adjust if necessary.
  • Verify the battery voltage.
  • Verify unit sits level on floor.
  • Lube lift motor screw.
  • Inspect the gas spring shock.
  • Visually inspect the belts for cracks, fraying or excessive wear.
  • Vacuum underneath equipment.
  • Remove covers and vacuum with a low static vacuum around the electronic board.
  • Clean and lube the rear link bearings (AMT 100i only).
  • Clean all surfaces.
  • Inspect tension and excessive wear on all belts and pulleys.
  • Verify the resistance changes through the entire range.
  • Clean pedals, stairarms, upper arms and grips.
  • Clean grooved drive belts and pulleys with a small wire brush.
  • Clean the electronic console with a damp lint free cloth and dry completely.
  • Verify the pedals move smoothly in the vertical and horizontal axis.
  • Clean touch screen console (P80) with a diluted solution of one part 91% Isopropyl Alcohol to one part water on a damp lint free cloth and dry completely.
  • Verify the HHHR is operational.
  • Record the usage hours.
  • Check the stability of machine if necessary adjust the leveling feet.
Weekly Monthly Quarterly* Semi-Annual**
  • Operation verification.
  • Inspect visible welds, frames and wire connections.
  • Check the tension of the drives belts, adjust if necessary.
  • Verify the battery voltage.
  • Verify unit sits level on floor.
  • Remove covers and vacuum with a low static vacuum around the electronic board.
  • Verify the seat is secure.
  • Vacuum underneath equipment.
  • Clean drive belts and pulleys with a small wire brush.
  • Verify the battery charge voltage.
  • Clean all surfaces.
  • Check that pedals turn freely and smoothly at resistance level 1.
  • Clean the electronic console with a damp lint free cloth and dry completely.
  • Inspect the power adapter (if so equipped). Insure that the cord is not pinched under the unit.
  • Clean touch screen console (P80) with a diluted solution of one part 91% Isopropyl Alcohol to one part water on a damp lint free cloth and dry completely.
  • Verify the seat moves smoothly through the entire adjustment range and the position latch works correctly.
Weekly Monthly Quarterly* Semi-Annual**
  • Operation verification.
  • Inspect visible welds, frame and wire connections.
  • Inspect stairarms and bumpers for excessive wear.
  • Visually inspect the belts for cracks, fraying or excessive wear.
  • Verify unit sits level on floor.
  • Remove covers and vacuum with a low static vacuum around the electronic board.
  • Verify drive belts has proper tension and adjust if necessary.
  • Verify the battery voltage.
  • Vacuum underneath equipment.
  • Wipe down unit.
  • Inspect springs.
  • Check the pedal belt clamps are torqued properly.
  • Clean all surfaces.
  • Check that pedals move freely and smoothly.
  • Check the pedal stops are in good condition.
  • Clean the electronic console with a damp lint free cloth and dry completely.
  • Inspect the power adapter (if so equipped). Insure that the cord is not pinched under the unit.
  • Verify the HHHR works correctly.
Monthly Quarterly* Semi-Annual**
  • Wipe down unit with an approved solution. (Do not use acidic cleaners).
  • Check the machine motion to ensure it smooth through full range of travel.
  • Adjust the cable to remove any unnecessary slack.
  • Verify the weight stack pin tether is attached.
  • Check the adjustments of seats and range of motion to ensure full functionality.
  • Inspect all weight pins to ensure they are secure.
  • Inspect the cable for cracks in the sleeve.
  • Verify the instruction placard is attached and intact.
  • Verify the pads are intact (no tears or cracks).
Monthly Quarterly* Semi-Annual**
  • Wipe the screen with an approved solution. (Do not use acidic cleaners).
  • Verify the home page is correctly programmed.
  • Verify the channel lineup matches the facility requirements.
  • Verify the channel up down and volume up down function.
  • Verify the video image is clear on all channels.
  • Verify the decorative cable cover is fully intact and properly aligned.
  • Verify the numeric key pad can be used to change channels.
  • Verify the audio matches the video.
  • Verify the headphone jack works.

*Complete all inspections listed under Monthly above plus the following. **Complete all inspections listed under Monthly and Quarterly above plus the following.