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Error 5, No Slack, Cybex/Tectrix Climbmax 2000/3000, 700S and 800S Steppers
An error 5 on the Tectrix Climbmax models 2000 and 3000 as well as Cybex stepper models 700S and 800S indicates the following:
a) Test switch is in test mode.
b) Possible cut in display cable.
a) Adjust slack switch.
b) Inspect display cable; Replace cable if necessary. Replacement Parts for Fitness Exercise Equipment at SPORTSMITH
Removethe bolts or screws securing the console to the upright assembly. Lift theconsole and confirm that the cable connections are secure. Remove the coverfrom the console's battery bay and install a fresh set of batteries. Replacethe battery cover.2 Detachthe ends of the pedals from the crank axles. Remove the left and right discshields and side shields. Inspect the interior of the base unit and locate theflywheel.3 Inspectthe flywheel as it turns. Locate the magnet installed on the flywheel. Turn theflywheel until the magnet passes in front of the nearby reed switch. Loosen thescrew securing the switch in place. Rotate the switch to reduce the gap betweenit and the magnet. Tighten the screw.4 Replacethe left and right disc shields and side shields. Reattach the ends of thepedals to the crank axles. Good luck, sincerely.
The title of your post suggests that you have "Maga RAID" errors. Maga RAID messages would be in line with issues on the LSIPERC sub-system.
However, the extract posted in your suggests network problems.
Any number of physical to driver and configuration issues can result in network problems.
Try the basic checks;
1. Change or try a known patch cable
2. Run "ping" test to a known good system connected to same network switch or direct connect with a "cross-over" cable and check for dropped connections.
3. Is the NIC and switch set to Auto-Negotiation or static at 10, 100 or 1000Mbps speed
4. Can you try another switch
5. Check and load correct or latest manufacture's drivers