Thursday, 15 August 2019

MC2100 LED ERROR CODES FOR NORDICK TRACK, WESLO, PROFORM TREADMILLS


In this video we show the different error codes on Nordick Track, Weslo and Proform controllers.

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An unlit LED indicates that the controller board is not receiving power. Please check that the machine is plugged into a power outlet and that the reset switch is in the on position. If the machine should be getting power but isn't, please try turning it off and then back on. You may also try plugging another device into the outlet to make certain that the outlet has power.

A solid lit LED indicates that the controller board has power. If the belt has been started but it does not move, please check to make sure that the upright wire harness is connected and not damaged.

A steady blink indicates that the controller board is receiving a speed signal from the console: if your  walking belt is not moving check the wiring from the controller board to the drive motor.

If the blink pattern is one blink followed by a pause before another blink then the controller board has gone into fold back (protection) mode the motor may be seized, the walking belt may be worn, or the walking belt may need more lubrication.

To check for a seized motor, turn the walking belt by hand if you are unable to turn it your drive motor has most likely seized.
If the blink pattern is two blinks followed by a pause and another set of two blinks, then a wire has become disconnected from the controller board. Make sure that all the wiring to the control board is connected securely.

If the blink pattern is three blinks followed by a pause and another set of three blinks, then the drive motor current has exceeded 34 amps turn the treadmill off and back on. If the problem persists you will need to replace the controller board or the motor.

If the blink pattern is four blinks followed by a pause and another set of four blinks, then the
controller has detected a bad switch, turn the machine off and back on. If the problem persists the controller board will need to be replaced.

If the blink pattern is five blinks followed by a pause and another set of five blinks, then the controller cannot resolve the desired speed. Turn the treadmill off and then on, if the problem persists the controller will need to be replaced.
If the blink pattern is the Morse code SOS, then the controller board needs to be replaced.

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