20 Most Recent Schwinn Wide Ride Pedal Questions & Answers

follow this steps and fix it. God bless you

Plug it in. The first troubleshooting step is always the most obvious. Your elliptical machine needs to be plugged in for the console to work. Ensure that the plug is securely placed into a grounded outlet and that the outlet is receiving power. Check that the circuit breaker has not been tripped.

  • 2 Reposition your hands on the handles. If your machine's monitor is not showing your heart rate, first reposition your hands so that you are touching the metal contacts. If necessary, clean the handles with a soft cloth to remove sweat or lotion residue. Do not grip the handles too tightly or move your hands excessively.

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    Calibrate the ramp. If the ramp is not positioned correctly, it could need to be calibrated. Often this is done from the console. How you calibrate the ramp is dependent on the make and model of the machine. Refer to the owner's manual or customer service section of the manufacturer's website to find out how to reach the calibration settings on your specific machine. Many companies offer manuals in PDF format for download on their websites.

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    Adjust the drive belt. Again, your specific make and model of machine will determine how you do this. Usually, you'll need to unplug the machine and locate the drive belt area. This is often beneath the panel housing the wheel and pulley. You may need to find a release latch or use a screwdriver to remove this cover. Refer to the owner's manual for your model to make sure you do not damage your machine.

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    Schwinn Wide... | Answered on Feb 22, 2015


    Schwinn Wide... | Answered on Jul 26, 2010

    Penetrating oil does the job apply on all bushing let it sit then try the unit if you need to apply a bit more then do so.

    Schwinn Wide... | Answered on Jul 17, 2010

    Check the blue wire to the alternator. Check all connections. the blue wire is the tach wire. no tach signal and you cant climb fast enough!

    Schwinn Wide... | Answered on Sep 01, 2009

    Wide Ride Pedal CTGID0 Stair stepper won't start

    Schwinn Wide... | Answered on Apr 12, 2009

    Hi drlinders,

      You could hardly find any expert who deals with all this. More likely, you would not be able to find any information in outer world ( Internet ) regarding the same.
     The best advise would be to purchase a new one.A new wide ride pedal would cost you  $32.99.You can purchase it from amazon.com

    Even if you contact the schwinn, more likely this would be the same advise from them.
     I know its really frustrating, but it seems to be the best solution at this moment.
    Thanks for using Fixya.

    Schwinn Wide... | Answered on Apr 02, 2009

    Wide Ride Pedal CTGID0 Stair Climbers screen won't work

    Schwinn Wide... | Answered on Mar 12, 2009

    Wide Ride Pedal CTGID0 Screeching stair climber

    Schwinn Wide... | Answered on Dec 01, 2008

    " * Read all maintenance instructions thoroughly before beginning work. * In some cases, an assistant is required to perform the necessary tasks, use all precautions. * The safety level given by the design of this equipment can only be maintained when the equipment is regularly examined for damage and wear. * Inoperable components should be replaced immediately or the equipment should be put out of use until it is repaired."

    Schwinn Wide... | Answered on Dec 01, 2008

    Our Schwinn 130 worked fine for a year then the resistance setting got stuck. We took it apart and found that the bolt that holds the magnet arm was too tight and preventing it from moving it to the highest resistance setting. We loosened the bolt a bit and added some WD40 and it works great now.

    Schwinn Exercise... | Answered on Nov 30, 2019

    Perhaps. Google (schwinn)(230)(manual) without parens OR contact Schwinn directly to request it.

    Schwinn Exercise... | Answered on Oct 28, 2019

    Generally, the L5 error indicates that the controller circuit is not receiving any data feed from the speed sensor of your treadmill.

    When you start the treadmill (that has a L5 error), it will start briefly and then stop. It stops due to a built-in safety feature i.e. no speed data = stop motor.

    To fix this issue:
    Remove the motor cover, the speed sensor is located near the small wheel that has the small belt that connects with the roller. The sensor is a little (usually black) tube like thing.

    In 90% of the cases, the sensor position has shifted (usually happens if you're not too careful when removing or fitting the motor cover). The sensor position is sensitive with respect to the two magnets embedded amongst the spokes of the small wheel (see photo).

    In some treadmills, the sensor is fitted parallel to the wheel while in others, it is fitted perpendicular to the wheel.

    All you have to do is move the sensor a tiny bit to the front (or back) and restart the treadmill. If this did not work try to reposition again (see attached photo). Depending on how far the sensor shifted from its correct position, it might take a few tries before you get it right. You know you've got it right when the treadmill once again functions normally.

    In 10% of the cases, the sensor wire might have either got disconnected or broken (usually happens if you're not too careful when removing or fitting the motor cover). If you are a DIY kind of person and have a soldering kit handy, then you will know what to do else, call the technician - shouldn't take more than 15 minutes to fix it.

    Hope this helped.

    Schwinn Exercise... | Answered on Mar 10, 2019

    post your email address and I'll send you the pdf.

    Schwinn Exercise... | Answered on Feb 19, 2019

    Always consult a personal trainer for assembly instructions. It's interesting how a fit partner can help you assemble almost anything. If anyone is interested in finding out more, please refer to the following fitness specialists. They are true professionals. https://busybeefitness.ca/fitness-partner-toronto/

    Schwinn Exercise... | Answered on Jan 12, 2019

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