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E4400 trips circuit breaker

When I turn the switch on in the back of the tread mill it trips off right away.

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Dear Sir:

You have a Short-circuite in your treadmill.

You must use your VOM, for test.
1) See your outlet in the wall if some wires is touching, repair.
2) Test the power cord , and see if some cables are touching.
3) See inside from your equipment, if some wires are touching the carcase.
4) The main motor board or transformer, or power supply + or main motor are Faulty. See the block diagram
e4400 trips circuit breaker - 2_17_2012_11_55_32_am.gifsincerely GOD BLESS YOU.

ernesto cuadra
managua, nicaragua. c.a

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The lower board has a serious short and what possible happen is that the treadmill breaker fried and open up will properly need replacing also.

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