Friday, 13 June 2014

treadmill problems troubleshooting

The following is a general troubleshooting. Error codes may differ on different treadmill brands

E1 error Treadmill speed
1.    Check the speed sensor connections, ensure they are fitted correctly.
2.    Check for any damage to sensor or magnet in rollers pulley.
3.    Note: the sensor and magnet should be within 2 – 3 mm of each other.
4.    If E1 still there replace speed sensor or controller

E2 Error: wiring
1.    Check all wiring to MCB, PCB and Motor.
2.    If E2 still there replace controller

E4 (Only with HRC program)
1.    Ensure you have a good grip on Heart rate sensors on the handlebars.
2.    Make sure hands are moist (Aloe Vera helps)
3.    If using the wireless HR straps please follow as per owners manual.
4.    Check battery.
5.    Check all wiring to and from the Incline motor.

E6 error: treadmill incline motor
1.    Check all wiring to and from the Incline motor.
2.    If E6 still there replace incline motor.

E7 error: treadmill incline motor
1.    Check all wiring to and from the Incline motor.
2.    If E7 still there replace incline motor.

E9 treadmill error: connection error
1.    Check all wiring from Base to console.
2.    If E9 still there replace controller

N/A
1.    If the console of treadmill is not lighting up or is erratic, check power is correctly connected. Check Safety Key is also in place.
2.    Running belt won’t stay centered, ensure treadmill is on a level surface, or refer to the instructions in this blog on how to adjust belt.
3.    Treadmill motor seems strained; check the running deck and belt have sufficient lubrication.
4.    Treadmill belt slips during use; refer to the instructions in this blog on how to adjust belt.

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