Question about Nordic Track Exercise & Fitness
Sparking r17 resistor on controlller (circuit board)
If you can the change the resistor is o.k ,depending about your skill in electricity or electronic.Remember when you change, but the exactly as indicated in the board. For example the resistor has color code, I can recomend you can buy some chart from Radio Shack, for you will see the exactly value+tolerance)Very Important+Power of resistor.
Meanwhile, if the resistor is Sparking, is indicating there are some short-circuit in the board. By that reason when you change the resistor if the trouble persist, you must send the board or call some service tech from some company for assist you in this problem
Other alternative that you have is RUN THE calibration SOFTWARE,that is coming with your equipment, the instruction most of them coming from the Hood of the motor, other your must use your Instruction Manual.This is important for easy Diagnose and Troubleshooting from your treadmill. Remember this very Complex equipment electronic.
sincerely. God bless you.
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Posted on Feb 16, 2012
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Posted on May 15, 2010
Have you lubricated the the running deck? The lack of lubrication can increase friction thus causing the GFI to trip. simple test start the treadmill do not walk on a see if the GFI is tripped in it does trip then lubricate, then if after lubricate it still the you have a worn belt and possibly damaged deck depending replacement price and on what you paid for the treadmill it may or may not be worth fixing.
Posted on May 20, 2010
This sounds like a bad controller. If the machine is under warranty contact the warranty provider. The controller is not hard to replace if you are electrically inclined but it does require calibrating.
Posted on Jun 16, 2010
Does it close part-way? If so, it might be the same thing that happened to me. Make sure the incline is at zero. It will not close if the walkway is raised.
If that doesn't work, you might try disconnecting the incline motor screw (held in by a retaining pin and cotter pin), turning the screw one or two rotations and reconnecting it. I've had to do that in the past, but I'm sure it is not an approved solution.
Posted on Dec 21, 2010
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