Question about York Fitness Exercise & Fitness
Please can you tell what is the distance calculated in miles or kms
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: distance screen on treadmill
It's in Miles The treadmill goes a max of 14km an hour - if you increase the speed it only goes to 8 - 14km per hour is 8.4 miles per hour and I've been running between 5.5 and 6.5 and covering 3 miles which would be about right :) Hope this helps
Posted on May 27, 2009
SOURCE: I have a reebok edge
I had this very same problem. I sorted it out this way: the information that Argos supplies says the speed starts at 0.8 kph with a top speed of 14 kph. If your Reebok Edge starts at a speed of 0.5 and has a top speed of 8.8, then the speed and distance is measured in mph, rather than kph. You can check this yourself with the following online speed converter:
Posted on Feb 22, 2011
SOURCE: i have a york heritage
Hi, L5 or LS is short for Low Speed error. It basically means that the speed sensor is not picking up a signal. Unfortunately its a pretty vague error code and can be caused by several different problems. First you have to determine whether or not you have belt movement. If you have a LS with belt movement you know that it is related to the speed sensor itself (or the MCB motor control board - the part of the MCB that handles speed sensing function). If you are getting an LS without belt movement you have to check to see if you have power output from the MCB. If you have no power output, check fuses, if fuses are good, you will need the MCB replaced. If you have sufficient output its drive motor related. Aside from a problem with the drive motor, it is possible that another factor is stopping the motor from turning (ie locked up roller bearing, foreign debris, etc.) If it is a case of
faulty electronics the next question is, is to figure out what caused it to fail. Most MCBs don't fail on their own, something else usually causes them to fail. The bottom line: The LS error can be
complicated and should really be inspected by a professional to full assess the issue. What I am saying is call the manufacturer and if it is under warranty send the treadmill back.
Posted on Apr 24, 2011
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