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Gym Equipment Preventive Maintenance: Weekly

Use this checklist to maximize life span, and minimize down time. Gym equipment requires regular cleaning, and maintenance items performed on a scheduled basis. This checklist contains detailed instructions on how to perform these items, the frequency which they should be done.
MaintainX
07/26/2022

Gym Equipment Preventive Maintenance: Weekly

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Use this checklist to maximize life span, and minimize down time. Gym equipment requires regular cleaning, and maintenance items performed on a scheduled basis. This checklist contains detailed instructions on how to perform these items, the frequency which they should be done.
  • Treadmills

  • Elliptical

  • IMPORTANT! USE EXTREME CAUTION when the rear cover is removed. Serious injury could result if fingers are pinched between the flywheel spokes, crank arms, stair arms, and drive weldment.

  • AMT

  • IMPORTANT! USE EXTREME CAUTION when the rear cover is removed. Serious injury could result if fingers are pinched between the flywheel spokes, crank arms, stair arms, and drive weldment.

  • Stationary Bikes

  • Climbers

  • Strength

  • IMPORTANT! Cables must be replaced immediately if they are damaged to avoid possible injury to users.

  • In addition to following the routine maintenance schedule outlined below you will want to do the following daily

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