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Assembly GuideAB-103

Important Safety Guidelinesfor OwnersFollow these guidelines to maintain proper workingcondition of the equipment:Important: Do not modify the equipment or any ofits parts, or permanently remove any part from theequipment. Do not use accessory attachments thatare not recommended by Precor, as such attachmentsmight cause injuries. Qualified technicians must perform all regularmaintenance.Make sure that trainers, facility personnel, andmaintenance technicians understand how to usethe equipment, know important safety guidelines,and can recognize potential problems such as aworn cable or cracked weld.Strength training requires a significant focus by thefacility and its staff to maintain the quality of thefitness environment. If possible, the facility shouldprovide direct supervision of the fitness equipmentat all times by people knowledgeable about thesafe operation of the equipment and trained torecognize potential problems.If any staff member witnesses unsafe use of theequipment, the staff member should address theuser directly, demonstrate the proper technique,and review the Important Safety Information forUsers. Precor recommends posting a copy of theImportant Safety Information for Users near theequipment in a prominent location.Important Safety Instructions Make sure the equipment is stable and placed ona solid, level surface. The equipment is designed tobe freestanding; however, equipment can be boltedto the floor for extra stability. Consult a qualifiedgeneral contractor for proper fastening methods.Make sure that the equipment is installed withenough free space for safe operation. With mostequipment, the general rule is to allow about a4-foot (1.2-meter) circle of space from the user’scenter. For Functional Training equipment, makesure that the operating space is large enough toallow the cables to be fully extended in all possibledirections.Check the equipment thoroughly based on therecommended inspection schedules outlined inthis manual, including daily, weekly, monthly andannual checks.Place an “out-of-order” sign on the equipmentduring maintenance of the equipment or thesurrounding area. Users should never beallowed to operate the equipment until it hasbeen inspected and works properly. If a piece ofequipment needs service, keep it out of use untilrepaired. Whenever a weight can drop and hit auser, such as with an Olympic bench,Precor highly recommends that ahelper or spotter be used. Do not place the equipment outdoors oron wet surfaces.Obtaining ServiceFor information about product operationor service, refer to the Precor web siteat www.precor.com where you can alsofind customer support numbers or a list ofPrecor authorized service centers.If you call or e-mail Customer Support, havethe serial number available.You can find the serial number printed ona label affixed to the equipment. For futurereference, write the serial number in thespace provided below.Serial number:IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSAB-103 Assembly Guidepage 3

Important Safety Informationfor UsersBefore beginning any fitness program, you shouldobtain a complete physical examination from yourphysician.French equivalent of the preceding paragraph, for theCanadian market: Il est conseillé de subir un examenmédical complet avant d’entreprendre tout programmed’exercise. Si vous avez des étourdissements ou desfaiblesses, arrêtez les exercices immédiatement.When using exercise equipment, you should alwaystake basic precautions, including the following: If you do not understand how to operate a piece ofequipment, ask someone from the facility such asa trainer to demonstrate how to use it and explainany safety instructions. Do not allow children on or near the equipment.Do not leave children unsupervised around theequipment. Use the equipment only for its intended purpose.Do not use accessory attachments that are notrecommended by the manufacturer, as suchattachments may cause injuries.Important Safety Instructions Wear proper exercise clothing and shoes for yourworkout—no loose clothing. Do not use the equipment outdoors oron wet surfaces. Do not overexert yourself or work toexhaustion. Use reasonable judgment whenworking with weights. Avoid using excessiveweight, which may cause injury. Do not drop or slam the weight stackwhile exercising. Do not use the equipment if an “out oforder” sign has been placed on it. Read all posted instructions, includingall safety instructions and warnings. If you feel pain or abnormal symptoms, stopexercising immediately and consult your physician. Keep head, limbs, fingers, and hair clear of allmoving parts while the equipment is in use. Keephands clear of racking pegs. Never drop or insert objects into any opening in theequipment. Always check the equipment before using it. Ifyou spot a potential problem, contact someone inthe facility immediately. Do not use the equipmentuntil the facility has verified that the equipment isworking properly. Do not attempt to fix a broken orjammed machine.IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSAB-103 Assembly Guidepage 4

AB-103 Assembly GuideTable of ContentsImportant Safety Guidelines for Owners. 3Obtaining Service. 3Important Safety Information for Users. 412Preparations. 7Unpacking the Equipment. 7Required Tools. 7Installation Requirements. 7Hardware Kit (not to scale). 8Assembly Instructions. 10Open the Box. 10Assemble the Unit. 11Assemble the Back Pad. 14Clean the Back Pad and Assembly. 14Product Specifications. 16Table of Contentspage 5

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AB-103 Assembly Guide1Required ToolsTools that you need to obtain before assembling theunit include:PreparationsThe AB-103 parts are inspected before shipment.Each unit contains several pieces that requireassembly. You will need to ask another adult forassistance during the assembly process.Unpacking the EquipmentWhen you open a box, carefully unpack the piecesand lay them on the floor near the location where youplan to use them.CAUTION: Be careful when you remove thepackaging material with a utility knife. Do not cutthe upholstery or scratch the paint.If any items are missing, contact the dealer from whomyou purchased the unit. For more information, refer toObtaining Service.Preparations ¾-inch open-end wrench Wire tie cutter or utility knifeInstallation RequirementsFollow these installation requirements whenassembling the unit: Review the Important Safety Guidelines forOwners. Assemble the unit where it will be used. Install components in the sequence shown. Insert all fasteners in the same direction. Foraesthetic purposes, insert all the fasteners inthe same direction unless specified (in text orillustrations) to do otherwise. Leave room for adjustments. Tighten thefasteners to keep the unit stable, but leave roomfor adjustments.page 7

AB-103 Assembly GuideHardware Kit (not to scale)FastenerQtyFastenerQty3½ x 5-inch Buttonhead screw (A) 8-inch Split washer (G)4 8-inch Washer (H)483½-inch Curved washer (B)16Shoulder bolt (J)½-inch Locknut (C)8 16 x 2¾-inch Buttonhead screw (K)25 16-inch Split washer (L)25 16-inch Washer (M)25½ x ¾-inch Buttonhead screw (D)½-inch Split washer (E)3Hardware Kit 8 x 1¼-inch Buttonhead screw (F)1664page 8

AB-103 Assembly GuideComponentQtyPivot housing (N —packaged separately)Hardware Kit, continued2page 9

AB-103 Assembly Guide2AssemblyInstructionsBack PadPivot HousingAssembly of the AB-103 takes about 30 minutes tocomplete. If this is the first time you have assembledthis type of equipment, plan on allowing more time.HandlebarsBe careful to open the box and assemble componentsin the sequence presented in this manual.Note: With so many assembled parts, properalignment and adjustment is critical. While tighteningthe fasteners, be sure to leave room for adjustments.Do not fully tighten fasteners until instructed to doso.Open the BoxCenter SupportBack SupportSide SupportsUse wire tie cutters to open the box and removepacking materials.Foot AdjustmentThe illustration shows how the AB-103 will look whenyou have completed its assembly. The callouts identifyspecific pieces.Cross BraceBase SupportsAssembly Instructionspage 10

AB-103 Assembly GuideAssemble the Unit1. Attach the Cross Brace to the Base Supports withtwo Backing Plates usingfour 5-inch buttonhead screws (A)eight ¹ ₂-inch curved washers (B)four ½-inch locknuts (C)Wrench tighten using a ¾-inch open-end wrench.Make sure the Side Supports are positioned asshown here.2. Attach the Side Supports to the Base Supportsusingfour ¾-inch buttonhead screws (D)four ½-inch split washers (E)Loosely tighten the fasteners so the Side Supportsare stable, but adjustments can be made wheninstalling the Center Support.Side SupportsNote: Make sure the Side Supports are positionedas shown in the illustration.4 - ¾” buttonhead screws4 - split washers2 - Backing plates4 - 5” buttonhead screws8 - curved washers4 - locknutsBacking PlateCross BraceBase SupportsAssemble the Unitpage 11

AB-103 Assembly Guide3. Attach the Center Support. Position the CenterSupport so the upper arms rest against the SideSupports. Align the two base mounting holes andsecure the Center Support usingtwo ¾-inch buttonhead screws (D)two ½-inch split washers (E)Wrench tighten.4. Attach the Handlebars and the upper arms of theCenter Support to the Side Supports usingfour 5-inch buttonhead screws (A)eight ¹ ₂-inch curved washers (B)four ½-inch lock nuts (C)Wrench tighten using a ¾-inch open-end wrench.4 - 5” buttonhead screws8 - curved washers4 - lock nuts2 - ¾” buttonhead screws2 - split washersAssemble the Unit, continuedpage 12

AB-103 Assembly Guide5. Slide a Pivot Housing (N) onto each side of theBack Support cross bar.6. Attach the Pivot Housings to the Side Supportsusingfour 1¼-inch buttonhead screws (F)four 3 8-inch split washers (G)four 3 8-inch washers (H)Wrench tighten the fasteners and the PivotHousing set screws.Pivot Housing4 - 1¼” buttonhead screws4 - split washers4 - washers7. Press the handle on the Back Support and slidethe Foot Adjustment into the Back Support.Release the handle while the pin is aligned withone of the holes on the Foot Adjustment. Securethe Foot Adjustment usingone shoulder bolt (J)Wrench tighten.V-crunch1 - shoulder boltAssemble the Unit, continuedpage 13

AB-103 Assembly GuideAssemble the Back Pad1. Rotate the Back Support to access the screwholes. Attach the Back Pad to the Back Supportusingtwo 2¾-inch buttonhead screws (K)two 5 16-inch split washers (L)two 5 16-inch washers (M)Wrench tighten.2 - buttonhead screws2 - split washers2 - washersThis completes the assembly of the AB-103.Clean the Back Pad andAssemblyTo clean the pad, moisten a clean, soft cloth in amild solution of soap and water and wipe the padthoroughly. Dry the pad with a clean, dry cloth.Use the same procedure to clean the main structureand plastic parts.Frequently vacuum the floor underneath the AB-103 toprevent the accumulation of dust and dirt.Assemble the Back Padpage 14

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AB-103 SpecificationsLength: 50 inches (127 cm)Height: 63 inches (160 cm)Width: 28 inches (71 cm)Shipping weight: 138 lb (63 kg)Precor Incorporated20031 142nd Avenue NEP.O. Box 7202Woodinville, WA USA 98072-40021-800-347-4404Precor is a registered trademark of Precor Incorporated.Specifications subject to change without notice.Copyright 2014 Precor Incorporated.www.precor.comNOTICE:Precor is widely recognized for its innovative, award winning designs of exercise equipment. Precor aggressively seeks U.S. andforeign patents for both the mechanical construction and the visual aspects of its product design. Any party contemplating the useof Precor’s product designs is hereby forewarned that Precor considers the unauthorized appropriation of its proprietary rights tobe a very serious matter. Precor will vigorously pursue all unauthorized appropriation of its proprietary rights.AB-103 Assembly Guide CW33485-201 rev C30 November 2014

General Safety &Maintenance ManualPrecor Icarian LineCommercial Strength Equipment

Important Safety Guidelines for OwnersFollow these guidelines to maintain proper working condition of theequipment: Qualified technicians must perform all regular maintenance. Check that all fasteners are securely tightened. Cables should besecured at both end connections and properly threaded. Weightstacks should be secure and functioning properly. Handleattachments should be properly connected. Strength training requires a significant focus by the facility and itsstaff to maintain the quality of the fitness environment. If possible,the facility should provide direct supervision of the fitnessequipment at all times by people knowledgeable about the safeoperation of the equipment and trained to recognize potentialproblems.General Safety and Maintenance Manual: Important Safety Guidelines for OwnersIMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINESImportant: Do not modify the equipment or any of its parts, orpermanently remove any part from the equipment. Do not useaccessory attachments that are not recommended by Precor, assuch attachments might cause injuries. Make sure that trainers, facility personnel, and maintenancetechnicians understand how to use the equipment, knowimportant safety guidelines, and can recognize potentialproblems such as a worn cable, loose hardware, or crackedweld.1

Locate the equipment at least 40 inches (1 meter) away fromwalls or furniture on either side of the equipment, and 40 inches(1 meter) away from objects behind the equipment. ForFunctional Training equipment, make sure that the operatingspace is large enough to allow the cables to be fully extended inall possible directions. Make sure the equipment is stable and placed on a solid, levelsurface. The equipment is designed to be freestanding; however,it can be bolted to the floor for extra stability. Precor highlyrecommends that the equipment be bolted to the floor to reducethe risk of toppling the equipment due to improper use. Sincefloor construction varies, please consult a professional buildingengineer for proper fastening. Check the equipment thoroughly based on the recommendedinspection schedules outlined in this manual, including daily,weekly, monthly and annual checks. Ensure all bolt connectionsare tight and that the threaded cables are properly and tightlysecured at both ends. Place an “out-of-order” sign on the equipment duringmaintenance of the equipment or the surrounding area. Usersshould never be allowed to operate the equipment until it hasbeen inspected and works properly. If a piece of equipmentneeds service, keep it out of use until it is repaired.General Safety and Maintenance Manual: Important Safety Guidelines for OwnersIMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES If any staff member witnesses unsafe use of the equipment, he orshe should address the user directly, demonstrate the propertechnique, and review the Important Safety Information forUsers. Precor recommends posting a copy of the ImportantSafety Information for Users near the equipment in a prominentlocation.2

When working with the weight stacks, do not attempt to free anyjammed assemblies without assistance as this may cause injury.With the help of another person, carefully return the weight stackto the proper position with the top plate resting on the firstweight. Do not place the equipment outdoors or on wet surfaces.Safety ApprovalCertain Precor commercial strength equipment is Class S/Ccertified according to EN957 –1/2 standards. See an authorizedPrecor dealer for a complete and current listing of certifiedmachines.General Safety and Maintenance Manual: Important Safety Guidelines for OwnersIMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES Do not allow the equipment to be used if the top plate or weightstack is pinned in a raised position. With the help of anotherperson, carefully return the machine to the proper position withthe top plate resting on the first weight. Inspect the cable toensure that it is seated in all of the pulleys. Whenever a weight can drop and hit a user, such as with anOlympic bench, Precor highly recommends that a helper orspotter be used to ensure a safe workout with the equipment.3

Important Safety Information for Users Never drop or insert objects into any opening in the equipment.Before beginning any fitness program, you should obtain a completephysical examination from your physician. Check that all fasteners are securely tightened. Cables should besecured at both end connections and properly threaded. Weightstacks should be secure and functioning properly. Handleattachments should be properly connected. Pay particular attentionto the condition of cables and cable ends. If you notice a loosecable end or any fraying of the cable or cable jacket, do not use theproduct and contact someone in the facility immediately.French equivalent of the preceding paragraph, for the Canadianmarket: Il est conseillé de subir un examen médical complet avantd’entreprendre tout programme d’exercise. Si vous avez desétourdissements ou des faiblesses, arrêtez les exercicesimmédiatement.When using exercise equipment, you should always take basicprecautions, including the following: If you do not understand how to operate a piece of equipment, asksomeone from the facility such as a trainer to demonstrate how touse it and explain any safety instructions. Do not allow children on or near the equipment. Do not leavechildren unsupervised around the equipment. Use the equipment only for its intended purpose. Do not useaccessory attachments that are not recommended by themanufacturer, as such attachments may cause injuries. Wear proper exercise clothing and shoes for your workout—no looseclothing. Do not overexert yourself or work to exhaustion. Use reasonablejudgment when working with weights. Avoid using excessiveweight, which may cause injury. If you feel pain, faintness, dizziness, or abnormal symptoms, stopexercising immediately and consult your physician. Always check the equipment before using it. If you spot a potentialproblem, contact someone in the facility immediately. Do not use theequipment until the facility has verified that the equipment is workingproperly. Do not attempt to fix broken or jammed equipment. Do not use the equipment outdoors. Do not drop or slam the weight stack while exercising. Be sure the selector pin is completely inserted. Use only the pinprovided by

AB-103 Assembly Guide page 10 2 Assembly Instructions Assembly Instructions Assembly of the AB-103 takes about 30 minutes to complete. If this is the first time you have assembled this type of equipment, plan on allowing more time. Be careful to open the box and assemble components in the sequence presented in this manual.