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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Contact the manufacturer. You need the optical disc. It is the speed sensor. Eric
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Posted on Aug 11, 2009
Sorry I dont have the solution but I have the same problem.
Read somewhere that Sportcraft control boards had
a design flaw.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
Can you give more details? are you saying it stops 7 seconds after you step on it, (every time)?
If so, have you had the treadmill a while? this is an indicator of a worn belt. the belt is not sliding like it should, and drawing too much current. your control board will 'clip' the current off after a pre-set time, to avoid burning up components.
other things it could be:
1. your belt is too tight. did you tighten it lately? When did your treadmill start doing this?
2. The motor is going bad, and drawing too much current.
3. motor control board is bad.
look at your motor's current rating: measure the current draw when you get on it. if the current draw is ~ 80% of the rated current of the motor, and your belt is good,..and not too tight, it could be the motor.
if the treadmill is stopping while only drawing 4 or 5 amps, I would lean towards the control board is bad.
cheapest way to get started troubleshooting. Ensure the belt is not too tight, (adjust to only about 3 inches slack, when you pull up on it). next. buy some belt lubricant and lube it up.
If this doesn't fix your problem, keep looking for other fixya help. someone with SportCraft TX 2.5 specific experience. Sorry, I only have generic help here.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
You will need to check the speed sensor for proper alignment and function. it should be located near the front roller or mounted on the motor. It should be within a credit cards width of the magnet or toothed wheel. If properly adjusted check with an ammeter to see if it is opening and closing by manually spinning the front roller or motor flywheel. If it isn't replace the sensor. If it is functioning make sure you are getting 5vdc to it across the wires. If you are not replace the upper control board(console). If you are getting the proper voltage then replace the lower control board(motor controller).
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
SOURCE: Treadmill stops after 7 seconds
you have a broken spinner. Take hte motor cover off and look on the opposite side of the motor. there will be a partof the spinner wheel there. I have yet to find a way to short cirut the connectors nor a replacement wheel.
Posted on Jan 08, 2011
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