Top Five Shuttle 2000-1 Maintenance Tips

Apr. 14th 2011

Topics: Tips & Tricks | Posted by: Todd | Back to News
Keywords: Maintenance, Physical Therapy, Shuttle 2000-1
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We manufacture the Shuttle 2000-1 using quality parts and incorporating functional design. Therefore, your Shuttle equipment should run both smooth and quiet.  If your machine is not running smoothly or is making noises, then something isn't right; and we want to make sure that you get the best performance from your Shuttle machine. 

In the video below, we will show you -  the Shuttle 2000-1 owner - five maintenance tips that will help keep your 2000-1 in excellent working order. 

The areas we will cover in the video below are the following:

1. Carriage (0:00 start)

2. Backrest (2:10)

3. Rails (4:42)

4. Kickplate (5:14)

5. Elasticords (10:53)

PLEASE NOTE: If you do not wish to watch the complete video - or want to go right to a particular maintenance tip - see the start times for each segment noted in parentheses above.

If, after viewing the following video, you have further questions, please review the 2000-1 owners manual located under the "Support" tab on our website.

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Comments:

Posted by Todd Packard on Jan 31st, 2012 @ 9:59 am
Thanks Andy
We're working on creating such videos for all our products. Appreciate the encouragement!
Posted by Andy on Jan 30th, 2012 @ 3:03 pm
Nicely Done
This video was very informative. I wish all manufactures had such a great help-aid.
Thank you.

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