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Did you get this worked out? Possibly the IFT drive?

Precor 932i... | Answered on Apr 25, 2016


Precor Error 05, Key Depressed at Power Up Probable Cause 1. A key is permanently depressed on the display.
2. An interface chip (IC) has failed in the upper PCA's keypad.
3. Liquid (cleaning solution or sweat) may be on the surface of a touch sensitive display.
Corrective Action
  1. Disconnect the keypad cable from the upper PCA. Reset power to the machine. If the Error 05 is eliminated, the keypad is the cause and should be replaced.
  2. Disconnect the keypad cable from the upper PCA. Reset power to the machine. If the Error 05 still appears, the upper PCA* is the cause and should be replaced. *Upper PCA's most commonly do not come with software. Remove the software (chip) from the existing upper PCA prior to replacement and install into the new upper PCA.
  3. Wipe away all liquid from the touch sensitive display. Reset power to the unit. If the Error 05 is eliminated, the liquid was the cause.
Precor Error Code 05

Precor 932i... | Answered on Aug 29, 2014


Precor Error 05, Key Depressed at Power Up Probable Cause 1. A key is permanently depressed on the display.
2. An interface chip (IC) has failed in the upper PCA's keypad.
3. Liquid (cleaning solution or sweat) may be on the surface of a touch sensitive display.
Corrective Action
  1. Disconnect the keypad cable from the upper PCA. Reset power to the machine. If the Error 05 is eliminated, the keypad is the cause and should be replaced.
  2. Disconnect the keypad cable from the upper PCA. Reset power to the machine. If the Error 05 still appears, the upper PCA* is the cause and should be replaced. *Upper PCA's most commonly do not come with software. Remove the software (chip) from the existing upper PCA prior to replacement and install into the new upper PCA.
  3. Wipe away all liquid from the touch sensitive display. Reset power to the unit. If the Error 05 is eliminated, the liquid was the cause.
Precor Error Code 05

Precor 932i... | Answered on Apr 24, 2014


Several things you can try here. If the stops switch is stuck it will cause the display to be blank. There also may be a loose connection to the upper or lower board. You can remove the front cover and check the connections to the lower board. The upper display connection will look like a cat 5 cable. Unplug it and plug it back in. That same cable runs up and plugs into the upper board. Check that connection as well. If those don't work then it may be the lower PCA.

Precor 932i... | Answered on Apr 12, 2014


Typically on the Precor Treadmills if there are errors on the unit, you can press and hold the stop button for 3-5 seconds and it will go into the error log. Not sure what model you have.
E-2 is not what normally shows up on the screen. Do you mean Error 2 was displayed? From what I have read on Error 2's it could be a upper PCA issue, or possibly a dip in AC input during the power up sequence.
Treadmills require a dedicated line, meaning it is on its own dedicated circuit on your fuse panel/circuit breaker.
What exactly is the treadmill doing? Is it constantly showing Error 2 on the screen? Call up Precor tech support. They will be able to give you advice, and or get you connected with an authorized Precor factory trained technician who will be able to get you back up and running.

Precor 932i... | Answered on Mar 14, 2013


When start-up prompt "PRESS ENTER TO BEGIN OR PRESS QUICK
START" appears, access the Club Program by sequentially pressing
STOP, SPEED , SPEED , SPEED , RESET, SPEED , SPEED , and
SPEED . (Numbers on the display appear in sequence: 4, 5, 6, 5, 1, 5, 6,
and 5.)
Note: You must sequentially press each key within 4 seconds of each other
or the display reverts back to the start-up prompt.
6. Maximum Speed: Use any or key to designate a speed limit between
1 and 15 mph (1 and 24 kph). The speed you designate limits the speed of
the treadmill. Press ENTER when the desired speed appears.
7. Maximum Workout Time: Use any or key to designate a time limit
between 10 and 240 minutes. The amount of time you choose limits the
length of a person's workout. (This does not include the automatic 5-minute
cool-down period.) Press ENTER to accept the time limit.
Note: Continuous pressure on the arrow key lets you scroll through the
numbers being displayed.
8. Language: Use any or key if you want to change the language. You can
choose between English, German, Spanish, or French. When you change
the language, you affect all the prompts and informational messages that
appear on the display. Select the language being displayed by pressing
ENTER.
9. Custom Courses (C964i only): The course profile appears in the center
display. (If you want to customize course number 2, press ENTER.)
When you enter custom mode, you have the ability to "draw over" an existing
God bless you

Precor 932i... | Answered on Mar 14, 2013


Dear Sir:I am recommend you to exchange the board. If you do not have ENOUGH experience will be better to buy a new one, or call some tech profesional for to execute this delicate work.
The causes can be various, Maybe you have SHORT circuit in the motors, power supply, see the block diagram.
God bless you
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Precor 932i... | Answered on Sep 20, 2012


Are you sure the PSU is functioning? Check it with a multimeter set for DC Voltage. Compare what it is putting out to what the factory specs are.

Precor Exercise... | Answered on Mar 23, 2019

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