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Lost my user guide for my Schwinn Airdybe AD3
Schwinn Fitness has many of their manuals here: http://www.schwinnfitness.com/schwinn_fitness_us/customerservice/manualsen.jsp . The direct link to the owner's manual for all Airdyne exercise bikes is available here: http://download.nautilus.com/supportdocs/OM/Schwinn/SCH_Airdyne_Evolution_OM_web.pdf . If you need the assembly directions, see the Airdyne AD4 guide: http://download.nautilus.com/supportdocs/AM/Schwinn/SCH.Airdyne.AD4.AM.EN.pdf . The AD3 and AD4 are very similar.
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Posted on Apr 08, 2015
Testimonial: "Thanks Cindy But I need the AD3 user guide. Mainly for the ergometer etc They show the Evolution which is different. Thanks for your help."
The analog speedometer shows:
>Work Load from .5 to 10 (some only go to 7) *
>Pedal RPM from 28 to 75 RPM
>Trip odometer with rotary knob on back to reset
The white numbers around the dial (from 1 to 10) are Load; the red numbers around the dial (from 28 to 75) are Pedal RPM (rounds per minute). There are two odometers: the Odometer on top (four white digits plus 1 black digit) measures total miles traveled on the machine. The odometer on the bottom (two white digits and 2 black digits) is a "trip odometer"-- you can reset this by turning the little knob on the back of the ergometer.
* Load: Level 1 = 50 watts, Level 2 = 100 watts, etc. It is a measure of the power you are producing at the moment; it changes based on the intensity of your workout. Load is also related to how many calories you are burning: Energy (kCal or "calories") = Av Power (Watts) x Duration (hours) x 3.6. Exercise equipment especially cardio equipment will often display this measurement. By maintaining a certain load level, you can work at a consistent level of intensity.
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