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look for a tiny hole on the side.Use a paper clip to reset. If not, try turning unit off then press power and volume DOWN at the same time to restart. use the manu after that. If that desnt work, try same thing with volume UP.
to test your brake assist is working. stop the motor. Press w few times the brakes, till the pedal feels sturdy. Then while pressing the pedal down firmly, start the engine. When you feel the pedal going down, like feeling "soft" you know the brake assist works. If nothing changes it is defect.
The Lifefitness Lifesyscle 9500HR battery location is at in the lower portion of the recumbent bike.
This is a 1/2 to one hour task for most do it yourself'er.
In order to gain access to the battery compartment,you has to remove the pedals.
The center cover has to be remove.
The 6V battery will be within 12" from the pedals.
Lifecycle Battery 0819-0012
Fits Lifecycle Stairmaster series 4200, 4400 - Lifecycle Lifefitness CT8500, CT9100, 9500HR, 95Ci - Star Trac 5300/6300, 5400/6400, StarTrac 6100 Pro, 6200 Elite, ET4600 (0819-0012 replaces the 0819-1006)
First of all get the fuel pressure released and then disconnect the negative battery cable .
The fuel pump can be seen by taking out the rear seat and removing the access cover. Unplug the fuel pump's electrical connection and disconnect the fuel lines from the fuel pump. Remove the locking ring or screws with a socket wrench and disconnect the fuel gauge assembly so that you can disconnect the fuel tube from the fuel gauge.
Remove the fuel pump by holding the connector for the fuel line in one hand while pressing down on the two locking tabs at the same time. Lift the fuel pump out of the fuel tank. Discard the O-ring.
Install the new fuel pump using the items included in the kit, especially the O-ring. If you have a threaded lock ring, torque it to between 22 and 26 ft. lbs. If you have lock ring with six retaining screws, torque them to between 18 and 22 in. lbs.
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Dont worry just boot your computer using Bootable disk or windows installation disk, enter into Recovery console by pressing"R"
type the Administrator password if any or simply press "Enter".
At the command prompt type-"fixboot"
once done restart your computer normally.