Kettler 07852-690, MONDEO 07852-690 User Manual

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Assembly Manual Cross-Trainer „MONDEO”

Item # 07852-690

Assembly must be carried out by an adult!


Environmentaly friendly: printed on 100% recycled paper

Thank you for purchasing our high quality KETTLER product.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this product, please contact us:

KETTLER International, Inc.


Parts & Service Department

Tel: 757-427-2400 ext. 81

P.O.Box 2747

Fax: 757-563-9273

Virginia Beach, Virginia 23450 USA


Please have this owner’s manual with you when you call.


Important Instructions

Please read these instructions carefully prior to carrying out assembly and using for the first time. They contain information which is important for your safety as well as for the use and maintenance of the appliance. Keep these instructions in a safe place for reference purposes, maintenance work and to assist you when ordering spare parts.

For Your Safety

The crosstrainer should be used only for its intended purpose, i.e. for physical exercise by adult persons.

Any other use of the equipment is prohibited and may be dangerous. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for damage or injury caused by improper use of the equipment.

The crosstrainer has been designed in accordance with the latest standards of safety. Any features which may have been a possible cause of injury have been avoided or made as safe as possible.

Incorrect repairs and structural modifications (e.g. removal or replacement of original parts) may endanger the safety of the user.

Damaged components may endanger your safety or reduce the lifetime of the equipment. For this reason, worn or damaged parts should be replaced immediately and the equipment taken out of use until this has been done. Use only original KETTLER spare parts.

If the equipment is in regular use, check all its components thoroughly every 1 -2 months. Pay particular attention to the tightness of bolts and nuts. This is particularly true for the attachment of grip strap, running plate and fastening of the

handlebar and front tube.

To ensure that the safety level is kept to the highest possible standard, determined by its construction, this product should be serviced regulary (once a year) by specialist retailers.

Instruct persons using the equipment (in particular children) on possible sources of danger during exercising.

Before beginning your program of exercise, consult your doctor to ensure that you are fit enough to use the equipment. Base your program of exercise on the advice given by your doctor. Incorrect or excessive exercise may damage your health!

Any interference with parts of the product that are not described within the manual may cause damage, or endanger the person using this machine. Extensive repairs must only be carried out by KETTLER service staff or qualified personnel trained by KETTLER.

In case of enquiry, please contact your KETTLER dealer.

In choosing the location of the apparatus, ensure a sufficient safety distance from any obstacles. The apparatus must not be mounted in the immediate vicinity of main passageways (paths, doorways, corridors).

Handling the equipment

Before using the equipment for exercise, check carefully to ensure that it has been correctly assembled.

Before beginning your first training session, familiarize yourself thoroughly with all the functions and settings of the unit.

It is not recommended to use or store the apparatus in a damp room as this may cause it to rust. Please ensure that no part of the machine comes in contact with liquids (drinks, perspiration etc.). This may cause corrosion.

The machine is designed for use by adults and children should not be allowed to play with it. Children at play behave unpredictably and dangerous situations may occur for which the manufacturer cannot be held liable. If, in spite of this, children are allowed to use the equipment, ensure that they are instructed in its proper use and supervised accordingly.

The crosstrainer complies with the DIN EN 957-1/-9, class HB. It is therefore unsuitable for therapeutic use.

A slight production of noise at the bearing of the centrifugal mass is due to the construction and has no negative effect upon operation. Possibly occurring noise during reverse pedalling result from engineering and are absolutely safe.

Do not use corrosive or abrasive materials to clean the equipment. Ensure that such materials are not allowed to pollute the environment.

The crosstrainer has a magnetic brake system.

To operate correctly, the pulse function requires a minimum voltage of 2,7 volts (only for computers working with batteries).

The equipment is dependent of revolutions per minute.

Please ensure that liquids or perspiration never enter the machine or the electronics.

Before use, always check all screws and plug-in connections as well as respective safety devices fit correctly.

Always wear suitable shoes when using.

All electric appliances emit electromagnetic radiation when in operation. Please do not leave especially radiation-intensive appliances (e.g. mobile telephones) directly next to the cockpit or the electronic controlsystem as otherwise values displayed might be distorted (e.g. pulse measurement).

Instructions for Assembly

Ensure that you have received all the parts required (see check list) and that they are undamaged. Should you have any cause for complaint, please contact KETTLER Parts and Service Dept.

Before assembling the equipment, study the drawings carefully and carry out the operations in the order shown by the diagrams. The correct sequence is given in capital letters.

The equipment must be assembled with due care by an adult person. If in doubt call upon the help of a second person, if possible technically talented.

Please note that there is always a danger of injury when working with tools or doing manual work. Therefore please be careful when assembling this machine.


Ensure that your working area is free of possible sources of danger, for example don’t leave any tools lying around. Always dispose packaging material in such a way that it may not cause any danger. There is always a risk of suffocation if children play with plastic bags!

The fastening material required for each assembly step is shown in the diagram inset. Use the fastening material exactly as instructed. The required tools are supplied with the equipment.

Bolt all the parts together loosely at first, and check that they

have been assembled correctly. Tighten the locknuts by hand until resistance is felt, then use spanner to finally tighten nuts completely against resistance (locking device). Then check that all screw connections have been tightened firmly. Attention: once locknuts have been unscrewed they no longer function correctly (the locking device is destroyed), and must be replaced.

For technical reasons, we reserve the right to carry out preliminary assembly work (e.g. addition of tubing plugs).

List of spare parts page 10-12

When ordering spare parts, always state the full article number, spare-partnumber, the quantity required and the S/N of the product (see handling).

Example order: Art. no. 07852-690 / spare-part no. 91170500 / 2 pieces / control number/ S/N .................... Please keep original packaging of this article, so that it may be used for transport at a later date, if necessary.

Important: spare part prices do not include fastening material; if fastening material (bolts, nuts, washers etc.) is required, this

should be clearly stated on the order by adding the words „with fastening material“.

KETTLER International Inc.

P. B. 2747 · Virginia Beach · VA 23450-2747 USA


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