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The Lifecycle 9500HR does not come on--where is the battery?

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I have the same issue. Can someone tell me where the battery is located? Is it in the control panel or in the base? Are replacements easy to find?

Posted on Oct 29, 2010

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SOURCE: hello my lifecycle 9500hr doesn't work

Clean your battery terminals with rubbing alcohol then if it still doesn't work buy new a new battery. It may be running low.

Posted on Jan 12, 2011

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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.
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