S1 Service Instructions

S1: Top Deck Replacement

For Video Instructions, click here: Removing the Top Deck

Step 1- Remove the handle from the handle rests and place the handle in the full forward position as shown.

 

Step 2- Stand the WaterRower upright and disconnect the bungee as shown.

Step 3- Lay the WaterRower down. Remove the Tie Rods and JCB bolts connecting the Top Deck to the tank assembly as shown.

Step 4- Remove the Top Deck assembly as shown, being careful not to dislodge the guide pulleys. You may have to disconnect the Tacho pulley (For Series 3 WaterRower’s). Disconnect the Tacho motor plug (For Series 3 WaterRower’s).
Step 5- Replace the Top Deck as shown.

 

Step 6- Replace the JCB bolts and Tie Rods connecting the Top Deck to the tank assembly as shown. Ensure that the Tie Rod cross dowel slots are aligned with the Tie Rod. You may utilize a screw driver to assist this. For Series 3 WaterRower’s: Before tightening the screw, using a long slender screw driver to lift the Tacho belt onto the Tacho motor pulley and the Tacho clutch pulley.

 

Step 7- Stand the WaterRower upright and connect the Recoil Belt to the bungee as shown.

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