Updating electrical to 220 volt
If you take care to align these when assembling, they'll slip together easily with little or no force.4.
Some of the cables are held in place with twist ties and rubber bands.
I've been searching for some time for a decent, affordable recumbent exercise bike to replace a rowing machine I'd quite using because of knee problems.
It seemed the really solid ones were well over the thousand dollar mark, and the less expensive ones were... I tried a Schwinn 240 at a local sporting goods discounter, but (1) I couldn't adjust it to fit me and (2) it wobbled and creaked as I tried to pedal it.
I plugged in the power supply (a 9-volt wall wart), punched "Quick Start", and started pedaling. Pushing the " " and - buttons increased and decreased resistance smoothly- I found that I liked spinning at 4.
I haven't tried all the programs and other settings because, frankly, I don't care about programs and automation and such. But I do like some of the features, like the built in pulse monitor and the timer. Some reviewers have complained that the front "handlebars" are too far away to reach.
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I got out my pocket knife, opened the box, and - this is important- removed the assembly manual before doing anything else. I removed the pieces from the box and carted them upstairs one by one.
You may have to experiment with this to find the best setting for you, but I'll suggest that if you're over 5'10" you start with the higher seat back position.
(If more than one person will be using the machine, you may have to compromise on one position or the other.)Once I'd studied the assembly manual and had all the pieces laid out, actual assembly took perhaps 30 minutes.
You'll notice that there are *two* sets of mounting holes for the seat back.
Being 6'2" and having a long torso to boot, I used the lower holes in order to mount the seat back higher.