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Precor 933i belt error

Treadmill started getting belt errors a couple of days ago. Everything I read online said it was friction of the belt and deck. Flipped the deck today and started the treadmill. I was checking the belt alignment at approx 7 mph when the treadmill stopped. Now every time I try to start it I get the belt error. I removed the drive belt from the motor and reset the error codes (20,22). Still get errors. I can see 150VDC for a couple of secs when I disconnect the motor lead and measure it. Please tell me the motor isn't fried...

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Please read my personal TIPS for treadmills and test it.
However LUBE inmediately the deck belt, this happen because the lack of maintenance by 5 hours aprox, So the system protect itself for electronic system and shut down.
2) LUBE the rollers bearing too.
3) Test the main motor bearint, measure the input voltage motor, if there are the motor is faulty. Repair. see my personal TIPS
God bless you

Posted on Nov 15, 2012

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SOURCE: My treadmill belt just stopped, message error E

Unplug your unit, then remove motor shroud have a good light the sensor is either mounted on the frame by the front roller/pulley unit or it is mount on the motor sometimes by the flywheel sometimes on the opposite end. Next step is to locate the motor control board and plug you uit in. Your board should ligt up with red ,green, or amber L E Ds now manually move the running belt and you should see one of those lights flicker or not if it does then the sensor is working , then we other issues, if not either we have a defective or misalign sensor. An if your unit needs lubrication use a synthetic silcone product.

Posted on Mar 13, 2010

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Hi,

I will advice you try re-calibrate your treadmill, follow the procedure below to re-calibrate it,

Step 1 Stand on the side rails of the treadmill for safety purposes. Remove the safety key. Step 2 Press and hold the two incline buttons. The incline buttons are blue and on the left side of the display. Hold the up and down button simultaneously. Release the buttons when the display reads "Calibration."
Step 3 Press the green start button located either above or below the large, red stop button (depending on your model). Stay on the side rails as the treadmill belt begins to move. Both the speed and incline should go through their full range from lowest to highest, and then back down again.
Step 4 Repeat the process if the display does not read "Calibration Successful." Contact the business where you purchased your treadmill if repeating the calibration process does not result in a successful calibration.

Posted on Sep 04, 2011

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Error 27


Precor Error 27, Too Much Drive Motor Current Probable Cause 1. The running belt and/or deck are badly worn.
2. Drive motor is shorted or de-magnetized causing a high power demand.
Corrective Action
  1. Check the amp draw using a clamp on AC volt-amp meter during loaded and no load conditions and compare values to a similar treadmill that is known to have a good running belt and deck. Replace the belt and/or deck if necessary. Don't forget, some units have a double sided deck which means it may be flipped over rather than replaced if it has an unused side.
  2. Test unit with a known good drive motor. Replace drive motor if necessary.
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Treadmill keeps stoping


Precor Error 27, Too Much Drive Motor Current Probable Cause 1. The running belt and/or deck are badly worn.
2. Drive motor is shorted or de-magnetized causing a high power demand.
Corrective Action
  1. Check the amp draw using a clamp on AC volt-amp meter during loaded and no load conditions and compare values to a similar treadmill that is known to have a good running belt and deck. Replace the belt and/or deck if necessary. Don't forget, some units have a double sided deck which means it may be flipped over rather than replaced if it has an unused side.
  2. Test unit with a known good drive motor. Replace drive motor if necessary.
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Quinton treadmill E203 error VSD Lower Board


Quinton E203 Error, Motor Overcurrent (Overload) Probable Cause 1. Obstruction to motor pulleys or belt
2. Disconnected or loose motor lead
3. User outside the weight/speed envelope.
4. Excessive wear to deck/belt.
5. Motor.
6. Lower Electronics.
Corrective Action Quinton Treadmill Models: Club Track 3.0 and Hyperdrive
  1. Inspect for obstruction and remove if necessary.
  2. If the motor did not turn, inspect for loose or disconnected motor lead. Reconnect if necessary.
  3. Restrict users to weight capacity of unit. Restrict use to people that do not move slower or faster then speed setting.
  4. Inspect deck and belt condition. Deck should have a slick smooth surface, free of nicks, grooves, or rough areas. Deck should be flipped or replaced if necessary. Underside of belt should not have a hard glazed appearance. Belt should be replaced when deck is flipped or replaced.
  5. Club Track 3.0 models: Remove power and allow unit to cool for 15 minutes. If unit operates and then error appears again, replace drive motor.
    Hyperdrive models: Remove power and wait for high voltage indicator to go out. Check resistance between motor leads. If the reading is greater than 100 ohms, the motor needs replaced.
  6. Club Track 3.0 models: Remove power and allow unit to cool for 15 minutes. If error message appears immediately, replace the lower electronics.
    Hyperdrive models: Remove power and wait for high voltage indicator to go out. Check resistance between motor leads. If the reading is less than 100 ohms, replace the lower electronics.

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E203 error message when i press start button


Quinton E203 Error, Motor Overcurrent (Overload) Probable Cause 1. Obstruction to motor pulleys or belt
2. Disconnected or loose motor lead
3. User outside the weight/speed envelope.
4. Excessive wear to deck/belt.
5. Motor.
6. Lower Electronics.
Corrective Action Quinton Treadmill Models: Club Track 3.0 and Hyperdrive
  1. Inspect for obstruction and remove if necessary.
  2. If the motor did not turn, inspect for loose or disconnected motor lead. Reconnect if necessary.
  3. Restrict users to weight capacity of unit. Restrict use to people that do not move slower or faster then speed setting.
  4. Inspect deck and belt condition. Deck should have a slick smooth surface, free of nicks, grooves, or rough areas. Deck should be flipped or replaced if necessary. Underside of belt should not have a hard glazed appearance. Belt should be replaced when deck is flipped or replaced.
  5. Club Track 3.0 models: Remove power and allow unit to cool for 15 minutes. If unit operates and then error appears again, replace drive motor.
    Hyperdrive models: Remove power and wait for high voltage indicator to go out. Check resistance between motor leads. If the reading is greater than 100 ohms, the motor needs replaced.
  6. Club Track 3.0 models: Remove power and allow unit to cool for 15 minutes. If error message appears immediately, replace the lower electronics.
    Hyperdrive models: Remove power and wait for high voltage indicator to go out. Check resistance between motor leads. If the reading is less than 100 ohms, replace the lower electronics.
Quinton Treadmill E203 Error Code

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Quinton treadmill error 203


Quinton Treadmill E203 Error Code

Quinton E203 Error, Motor Overcurrent (Overload) Probable Cause 1. Obstruction to motor pulleys or belt
2. Disconnected or loose motor lead
3. User outside the weight/speed envelope.
4. Excessive wear to deck/belt.
5. Motor.
6. Lower Electronics.
Corrective Action Quinton Treadmill Models: Club Track 3.0 and Hyperdrive
  1. Inspect for obstruction and remove if necessary.
  2. If the motor did not turn, inspect for loose or disconnected motor lead. Reconnect if necessary.
  3. Restrict users to weight capacity of unit. Restrict use to people that do not move slower or faster then speed setting.
  4. Inspect deck and belt condition. Deck should have a slick smooth surface, free of nicks, grooves, or rough areas. Deck should be flipped or replaced if necessary. Underside of belt should not have a hard glazed appearance. Belt should be replaced when deck is flipped or replaced.
  5. Club Track 3.0 models: Remove power and allow unit to cool for 15 minutes. If unit operates and then error appears again, replace drive motor.
    Hyperdrive models: Remove power and wait for high voltage indicator to go out. Check resistance between motor leads. If the reading is greater than 100 ohms, the motor needs replaced.
  6. Club Track 3.0 models: Remove power and allow unit to cool for 15 minutes. If error message appears immediately, replace the lower electronics.
    Hyperdrive models: Remove power and wait for high voltage indicator to go out. Check resistance between motor leads. If the reading is less than 100 ohms, replace the lower electronics.

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Jun 16, 2012 | Exercise & Fitness

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Quinton clubtrack treadmill shows E203 code, says drawing more than specified current. Could it be a bad motor?


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Quinton E203 Error, Motor Overcurrent (Overload) Probable Cause 1. Obstruction to motor pulleys or belt
2. Disconnected or loose motor lead
3. User outside the weight/speed envelope.
4. Excessive wear to deck/belt.
5. Motor.
6. Lower Electronics.
Corrective Action Quinton Treadmill Models: Club Track 3.0 and Hyperdrive
  1. Inspect for obstruction and remove if necessary.
  2. If the motor did not turn, inspect for loose or disconnected motor lead. Reconnect if necessary.
  3. Restrict users to weight capacity of unit. Restrict use to people that do not move slower or faster then speed setting.
  4. Inspect deck and belt condition. Deck should have a slick smooth surface, free of nicks, grooves, or rough areas. Deck should be flipped or replaced if necessary. Underside of belt should not have a hard glazed appearance. Belt should be replaced when deck is flipped or replaced.
  5. Club Track 3.0 models: Remove power and allow unit to cool for 15 minutes. If unit operates and then error appears again, replace drive motor.
    Hyperdrive models: Remove power and wait for high voltage indicator to go out. Check resistance between motor leads. If the reading is greater than 100 ohms, the motor needs replaced.
  6. Club Track 3.0 models: Remove power and allow unit to cool for 15 minutes. If error message appears immediately, replace the lower electronics.
    Hyperdrive models: Remove power and wait for high voltage indicator to go out. Check resistance between motor leads. If the reading is less than 100 ohms, replace the lower electronics.

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Electric motor overheats


This machine has what they call a thermal switch. It is designed to
shut the machine off if it gets too hot. This heat is caused by
friction. Friction is caused 99% of the time by the walking belt or
the drive belt. If it is the drive belt then it can be solved by
either applying a treadmill lubricant (must be made for treadmill
belts) or by purchasing a new belt. If you feel the underneath side
of the belt and you feel a screen door type feeling you just need
lubricant. If you feel a smooth surface you will probably need a
new belt. If you have lubricated in the past year and your belt has
the screen door feel then take off the motor hood cover and check
the drive belt. If it is worn then you will need to replace that.
You can purchase either of these products from the manufacturer, at www.iconservice.com. a couple of other places that may have them for discounts are www.ebay.com, www.fitnessrepairparts.com, or www.treadmilldoctors.com.

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I have the Lifecore Fitness T900HR treadmill and when my husband is running it stops. We have made sure all the connections are tight even the safety key but it still stops. When I am using the treadmill...


Their might be high friction between the belt and deck thus causing the error 1 code when your husband is on it. Try lubricating the area between belt and deck using silicone lubricant ( refer to owners manual). Then the lighter of the two "aka wife" walk on the treadmill for about 5 to 10 minutes.
This should take care of the problem if not then their is an issue with the belt and deck ( 85% of problems on treadmills are belt and deck related)

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I have a LifeStyler Expanse 1500 treadmill. It appears to start normally, but when you get on it, it starts to speed up. For example, when the speed is set to 2.9 and you get on, it will speed up to 4.2...


You may have a belt and deck problem. Test by the following procedure:
without the power on stand on the walking belt, push the belt in the, direction it normally turns. If the belt is very difficult to turn (on most treadmill) this means that you have high belt/deck friction I first apply silicone lubricant and see if that clear up the problem. Most problems originate from the belt and deck 75 to 85% of the time.

On occasion, you may have already damaged the DC board if you have high belt/deck friction. If the belt walks freely, you have a different problem.




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I have a quinton club track treadmill that posts an E203 error


E203 = Motor unable to run. Usually caused by the VSD Lower Board. This board is about 14" square on a Quinton Clubtrack Hyperdrive 3.0

Rather difficult to remove escpecially if your not familair with electronical compnents in a tight space.

My reapir coast $374 from J&R Technical Services and exactly one year later I got the exact same code. Warranty is 90 days.

It appears they rebuilt one of the components on the board called a Phase Modulator. There are three of them. They stated they had replaced it, but upon close inspection it appears that simply replaced the bad micro-component on the modulator and reinstalled the exact same phase again.

I'm debating whether to trust them once again. Little choice though since they control the market and have the equipment to reset the board upon repair. Nobody at thome has this equipment.

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