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The equipment is safe to use only when periodically maintained and inspected for faults and wear. CAUTION: Do not attempt any servicing or adjustment other than those described in this maintenance guide. An authorised service representative from Elite Fitness Equipment must perform any other servicing. Check the tightness of all screws every 6 months. Do not over tighten.

NOTE: Defective components must be immediately replaced and the equipment must not be operated with any defective components. If the equipment does not function properly during use, contact your nearest Elite Fitness Store. Always give the model and serial number of your equipment. Please state the nature of the problem and the purchase date.

Despite continuous quality control, defects and malfunctions caused by individual components may occur in the equipment. In most cases it’s unnecessary to take the whole device in for repair, as it’s usually sufficient to replace the defective part.


Maintenance periods are determined by several factors: temperature, humidity, use, ventilation and filtration, chemicals, chrome finish, shielding and friction. Depending on these factors, external maintenance periods vary daily to monthly. Internal maintenance periods vary from six months to one year.



  • Clean Upholstery-DAILY
  • Clean Surface Area-WEEKLY
  • Spot-check Nuts & Bolts-MONTHLY


  • Tighten Loose cables-MONTHLY
  • Clean Guide Rods-WEEKLY
  • Wipe Cables-WEEKLY
  • Remove Dust-WEEKLY
  • Spot-check Nuts & Bolts-MONTHLY
  • Examine Rotation Points-MONTHLY


External maintenance includes parts accessible without removing the shroud (providing your equipment has a shroud).

  • 1) Loose Nuts and Bolts Spot Check
    • a) Check rotation points carefully
    • b) Tighten loose parts immediately. Left unattended they may damage the equipment.
  • 2) Upholstery Cleaning and Protection
    • a) Keep pads free of perspiration at all times
    • b) Clean upholstery at the end of each day
    • c) Notice particular areas where perspiration and scalp oil collect
  • 3) Cleaning and Care of Chromed Surfaces
    • a) Wipe chromed surfaces with a mild glass cleaner or damp chamois
    • b) Vacuum or wipe dust from recessed areas
  • 4) Cleaning and Care of Painted Surfaces
    • a) Wipe painted surface with a car wax using a damp cloth
    • b) Let dry and buff wax with a dry cloth to polish


This includes parts behind the shrouds (providing your equipment has a shroud).

  • 1) Moving Parts Care
    • a) Clean guide rods. Then with a clean cloth, apply a thin coat of Wet Lubricant.
    • b) Vacuum or wipe dust from recessed areas and surfaces.
  • 2) Loose Nuts and Bolts Spot Check
    • a) Observe periodically rotation points, seat belts, and upholstery pads.
    • b) Inspect for loose parts regularly and tighten immediately. Left unattended they may cause damage to the equipment.
  • 3) Slack Cable Tightening
    • a) Keep cables moderately tight.
    • b) Tighten cables moderately at the weight stack by tightening bolt into stack.

Any damage caused to the equipment due to the disregard of this maintenance guide will not be covered by warranty.