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E3100 runs then stops dead panel continues to work

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Dear Sir:

Most of the problem with this situation is lack of lubrication and regular maintenance.

The treadmill is very complex electronic equipment. The friction between deck vs walk belt is Enough for to protect the equipment, the electronic design shut down the treadmill, for to avoid damage to the electronic components.

2nd failure is main motor board. But you must lubricate your equipment, see your instruction manual or user guide. If you do not have you can download free from Nordic: www.Nordic.com, go to service customer, then parts%Manuals, give your model, etc, and download for free.

sincerely. God bless you

ernesto cuadra
managua, nicaragua.

Posted on Feb 15, 2012

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Please the first thing you must do: is Lubrication.
This cause enough friction between deck vs walk belt, by that reason the electronic design for to protect the system shut down the treadmill.

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