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MARWE - ROLLERSKI USE AND SERVICING

 

  • READY TO USE
    • Marwe rollerskis  do not require running in. They can be used as soon as the bindings have been attached. The skis are identical. Use the skis alternately on the right and the left foot so that wheels wear evenly on both sidee.
  • HOW TO ATTACH THE BINDINGS
    • Attach the bindings as described in the instructions accompanying the binding package. The outermost bulge of the heel should come level with the front edge of the mudguard with ski boots larger than size 40, and 10-20 mm away whit ski boots sized under 40. The corresponding dimentions for rollerskis whitout mudguards are 15 mm and 25-35 mm measured from the back end of the deck.
  • IF THE ROLLERSKI PULLS ON THE OTHER SIDE
    • If the rollerskis pulls on the other side, open the nut (16) of the front wheels and turn the wheel (8) to the opposite direction. Go on turning the wheel whit your other handand tighten up the nut. If the adjustment of the front wheel does not help the situation, do the same for the rear wheel but turn the wheel to the same direction where it pulls.
  • SPARE PARTS SERVICE
    • The manufactures of Marwe rollerskis, Hyvinkaan Kumi Oy, stocks all the ski spare parts for years ahead. Save the use and maintenance instructions, the price-list and also the structure and assembly diagrams for the possible lather maintenance and spare parts ordering. To be sure of getting the right parts quote the spare part number when you order.
  • MAINTENANCE
    • The main maintenance required by the skis is general cleaning witt a soft rag. The roller bearings are very well shielded on both sides, so theydo not require any particular attention very often. If you want to extend the life of the bearing, clean the outside of the wheels after skiing on wet ground and lubrificate bearings if necessary. Wipe any superflous streaks of oil of the wheel surfaces as they may soften the rubber. If, despite lubrification, the bearing begin to sieze, carefully remove the wheel an bearing and the inside bearing shield, with a small screwdriver or spike. Wash the bearing carefully and lubrificate with vaseline. Replace the shield and reassemble the wheel.
    • Do not wash the ski with pressure water. The skis be should be kept in a dark and cool place, where the wheels will stay longer in good condizion.
    • Ensure even wear in your SKATING rollerskis by interchanging the front and back wheels when the diameter of the back wheel has decreased by 5 mm. Do not turn the wheels during the change.
  • CHANGING THE RATCHET WHEEL (8a and 8b): CLASSIC, COMBI AND SKATING
    • Take out the structure and spare parts diagram supplied with your skis.
    • Open the lock nut (16) on the axle (15) and pull the axle (15) out from inside the wheel (8a or 8b) thus releasing the entire wheel (8a and 8b) and the washers (18) from between the fork plates (2 or 2a). The bearing (12) washers (14c) will become detached from both sides. Press the toughened centering sleeve (13e) off with a steel spike of 7,5–7,8 mm which will also release the ball bearing (12). The rollers (8a or 8b) other bearing housing has a smaller tightness (compression fit) and therefore detachment should be commenced in that direction. Press the other bearing (12) off with a steel spike of 10-12 mm.Press off the ratchet bearing (17) with a straightheaded steel spike of 19-19,5 mm. Do not strike the ratchet bearing (17), as this may damage its thin steel shell. The ratchet wheel is at the front in the standard ski, but may also be transferred to the back. Noticethe hardness of the wheel (8a) in the CLASSIC ski.
    • Assemble the ratchet wheel in the reverse order. It is advisable to service the bearing when the wheel is changed.
    • Fit the softer wheel (8a), marked 5C0 or 5C6, to the front of the CLASSIC ski. The COMBI and SKATING wheel have the same hardness and are marked 6S0, 6S6 or 6S7.
    • It is important that the axle nuts (16) are alwais on the right of the skier looking down. This ensures that a nut will no loosen, if it is scraped along the ground.
  • IF THE RATCHET BEARING OF THE RATCHET WHEEL (8a or 8b) DOES NOT GRIP
    • Tighten the nut (16) of the axle (15). Too much tightening may damage the spin. Try with  yourto see if the grip has changed. If tightening the nut does not help, tetach the wheel (8a or 8b) and detach the spacer from the wheel (14c). Rougen the flat surfaces of the washer (14c) with sandpaperor an abrasive band n 60. Assemble the wheel and try the grip again.
    • The grip of the front wheel may temporarily slip when skiing on a wet or slippery road surface.
  • CHANGING A FREE-SPINNING WHELL (8a and 8b): CLASSIC, COMBI AND SKATING
    • The wheel is changed in the same way as the ratchet wheel, except that the ratchet bearing is not present. The roller has an untoughened centering sleeve (13b).
  • CHANGING A FREE-SPINNING WHELL (8c, 8d, 8e and 8f): SKATING 610, SKATING 100 AND SPORT 580
  • THE ESTIMATION OF THE ROLLINGFRICTION
    • The last number or letter in the wheel marks means rolling-friction:
      • S = Very low rolling-friction
      • 0 = Low rolling-friction
      • 6 = Medium rolling-friction
      • 7 = Great rolling-friction.
  • GUARENTEE
  1. The rollerski guarantee covers material and manufacturing fault.

  2. The guarantee is in force from the day of purchase and continues for one (1) year. Skiing distance does not affect the guarantee period.

  3. The ski manufactures will repair or exchange free of change a part or parts which are found to have a material or manufacturing fault which essentially affects usability.

  4. The guarantee does not cover faults arising from normal wear or faults which are caused by outside factors.

  5. Claims under the gusrsnteeor the product in its entirety should be submitted to the manufacturer at the cost of the sender. Deliveries for which the correct transport charge, has not been paid will not be collected. The manufacturer will pay for returning the product to the customer.

  6. Claims under the guarantee should give notice of at least the following information: sender’s address and contacto information, date of purchase product, description of fault and of the circumstancee in which the fault became apparent or arose, weight of the skier and total distance travelled on the skis.

  7. The manufacturer is in no way responsabile for direct or indirect damage or costs caused by use of the skis, unless it can be legally proved that the manufacturer is guilty of gross neglect or malpractice.

Aggiornato il 04-04-13.