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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
best if you see the local retailer where you bought the treadmill. Obviously the switch, whick is a magnetic disc is not activating the sensor in the control panel and need to be looked at.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
To find a specific bearing that has gone bad in a treadmill you can use a long handled screwdriver and touch it to a non-moving portion of the rollers and then put your ear up to the handle and the screwdriver will amplify the noise of the part so you can find out which part is making the noise. If it is a bearing, it will be obvious which part is the problem because the grinding noise of the bad bearing with be amplified by the screwdriver.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
If the console takes
batteries, replace them. If this does not work or your console does not require
batteries, check the reed switch or optic sensor. Reed Switch:
Unplug the treadmill and remove the motor hood cover. The reed switch is mounted
on the frame next to the front roller pulley. There is a magnet glued into the
front roller pulley. When adjusting the reed switch, make sure it is pointing
directly at the magnet. Move the tip of the reed switch within 1/8" of the
magnet. Also, check to see that the wire is not damaged, and is connected to
. Optic Sensor: Unplug the treadmill and remove the motor hood cover. The optic disk and sensor are located either at the end of the motor or the right hand side of the front roller. The optic disk spins between two sensors on the optic switch. The disk must spin freely without touching either sensor. The sensors can be moved by loosening the adjustment bolt holding the switch to its bracket. The switch can then be slid. Center the disk.
Remember the Display Console Board has circuit that send to PController Motor, and after you did the adjustment you can conclude if the Sensor Reeed is faulty, 2) The Display of 3) The main Controller Motor.
Posted on Nov 21, 2011
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