Friday, 21 March 2014

Endex DCMD67, DCMD57, DCMD77

Endex DCMD67M WITH INCLINE(BOARD AVAILABLE ALSO WITHOUT INCLINE)

ENDEX DCMD77

DCMD67. DCMD57, DCMD77 board layout

Differences between DCMD67 and DCMD57

DCMD57
All boards DCMD77, DCMD67M may be replaced by DCMD57. Please note that DCMD57 is always with incline, while DCMD67 is available with and w/o incline function.
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13 comments:

  1. I live in india .my Treadmill board is DCMD67.how could i get it serviced here

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  2. Dear Arvinder, we don't have an on-site service in India, but you can buy the controller here
    DCDMD67 with incline
    http://www.partsfortreadmill.com/index.php/endex-endex-dcmd67m-dcmd67.html

    Without incline
    http://www.partsfortreadmill.com/index.php/endex-dcmd68a-dcmd67-manual-incline.html

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  3. Hi. I have DCMD67 model pcb is problem how it is rectify tell me

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  4. Hi there. I have an Euphoria HS3000T threadmill. It work fine for approx 2 to 3 minutes then it shuts off like power has been unplugged. Turn the main switch off for about 10seconds and it comes back on for another minute. Any ideas????. The control board is DCMD76

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    1. does the problem happen only if you are running on the treadmill, or even if there's nobody on it?

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    2. doesnt matter, can be on it , just have it running by its self or even just sitting idle (just power turned on)

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    3. Ok then it should depend on the controller, and replacing it should solve the issue. Just double check what happens if you disconnect the motor power M+/M- from the board and leave it idle. If it still have same problem you can replace safely. here you can find the replacement controller http://www.partsfortreadmill.com/index.php/endex-dcmd66-treadmill-controller.html

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  5. is this a 240v board and whats postage to Australia?

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    1. Yes it is available in 110-120v and 220-240V
      The 240v is available at below link and you can check there the shipping cost.
      http://www.partsfortreadmill.com/index.php/endex-endex-dcmd77-1142.html
      The dcmd66 which is more powerful can also be an option:
      http://www.partsfortreadmill.com/index.php/endex-dcmd66-treadmill-controller.html

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  6. And this DCMD66 board will swap out the DCMD76 without having to do anything else

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    1. If the original board is DCMD76, it's better to replace with DCMD66. Usually there is nothing more to do other than connecting the wires.
      Please make sure all connectors are same because there are two version of 66/76. They are 100% compatible with each other, but one connector (tilt motor) is slighly different.
      http://www.partsfortreadmill.com/index.php/endex-endex-dcmd66-dcmd76.html

      http://www.partsfortreadmill.com/index.php/endex-dcmd66-treadmill-controller.html

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  7. Hi. I have treadmill with dcmd67 board keeps blowing the fuse on board please will you tell me if it's the board I need to replace. I have also tested the motor but with that disconnected it still blows

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    1. Hi if with the motor disconnected fuse still blows you have to replace the controller and you can find it at link below. I have posted both incline version, manual incline, 220V and 110V input. So you should find yours:
      http://www.partsfortreadmill.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=dcmd67
      Please be careful when you install the new board, first start the treadmill with motor disconnected from drive belt, and check that it runs smoothly and with no sparks from the motor (a few seconds, then you'll get error of no sensor reading). If all fine try connecting driving belt and with no one up to max speed. Finally if all tests before run fine, you can try with a person on board.

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