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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Vital Fitness
I have a Vital Fitness RB-350 as well. I suggest going to your local Radio Shack and purchasing an AC/DC Adaptor from them. The original Adaptor is 120V AC 60Hz Input and the Output is 6V DC at 500mA current.
I don't know how to get the Original Replacement Adaptor from Vital Fitness. I recently moved and could not find my adaptor, then finally found it. In the process I tried to find info on the co online, attempted to call their defunct cust. svc number, called the store where I purchased the Bike to no avail, BBB.com does not give any relevant info on them. Through reading online I see that they were part of a Spain group. Any way... I could not find any parts avail from their Spain Site. I guess if you contacted that firm, possibly they could give you the info you need to get an Original Replacement Adaptor. If you did not want to take my word for it, you could dis-assemble, partially, your unit, so that you could see the motor. On the motor, it should indicate it's Voltage and Current demands. I have not disassembled mine, but that is the standard in the US... dunno if the US somehow allows china to skip on those standards or not. I don't think so. Pardon my ignorance on this point. I imagine that they also have to abide by UL standards.
Posted on Nov 24, 2010
SOURCE: I bought a second hand
Google the brand name and Model number. Or, perhaps going right to the manufacturer website. If that still gives you no results, what question's does he have? Assembly? Functions? just ask, I might be able to help.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
The original Adaptor of Vital Fitness MB-350 Exercise Bike is 120V AC 60Hz Input and the Output is 6V DC at 500mA current. Similar question on FixYa community:http://www.fixya.com/support/t6345130-vital_fitness
Posted on Dec 07, 2011
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