MAKE SURE YOU STAND TO THE SIDE OF THE TREADMILL WHILE PERFORMING THIS
1)Connect the wall power to the treadmill
2)Remove the safety key
3)Hold down the red stop button and red increase speed button (this is the red triangle next to the start button)
4)Insert the safety key while holding both buttons down in step3
5)The treadmill will now go into a diagnotstic calibration mode
6)Let go of both buttons in step 3 and press the oval stop button once
7) Now press the up arrow green incline button once(This is located to the left of the yellow program button)
8) Allow the treadmill to go through a calibration cycle, once it completes and stops moving remove the safety key count to 3 and reinsert.
I had the same issue with my Proform XP590 and resolution was to run through the re-calibration as described by the technical document found under the hood. The Pro-Form customer FAQ helped me out. http://www.iconservice.com/index.html
I have an Epic T60, six years old-- bought it at costco. Was messing around one day and ran it up to 12 % and it stuck. Researched about calibrating the inline, the incline motor and the incline sensor. I got home and tried to recalibrate the thing and it didn't work. I removed the motor cover and took it apart (on its side). I found that the instructions available on the web for changing the incline sensor were accurate but what happened with mine was the screw that held a washer on the end of the threaded auger shaft had snapped with the pounding of running when the treadmill was at 0%. I took the incline motor off, tools were 14 mm wrenches only. I had to take the threaded rod out of the motor gear system and take it to my shop and drill out the old screw. Then I used a tap and created new threads in the end of the rod. I used a 5/16 bolt to replace the broken screw and put the thing back together again. It seems to word perfectly. I had to recalibrate it though. even though the new bolt is bigger, It calibrated fine.
Have a Nordic Track Model #A2050. Same problem as jimmohn posting above. Incline stuck in up position. Fix by removing the jack-screw (pin & clevis) on both ends, manually unwinding screw out of shaft and replace with new screw & washer. The screw size is M6 x 3/4" long (metric). Instantly solve the stucked incline problem.
I have a Nordic Track T7Si and turning it on this morning resulted in the elevation to the highest level of the incline. The display kept stating "calibration" and flickering between 0 and 1. Steps to remedy it. 1. Unplug 2. Trip the reset switch (not sure if necessary, but I did it) 3. Step to the side of the treadmill and plug it in. 4. Push START and SPEED UP buttons together 5. Insert safety key 6. Push STOP after a few seconds 7. Incline will return to zero
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Follow attached link to see user manual.
On page 13 of the users manual, read step 5 part B regarding the wiring harness. Unplug and plug back in each of the connectors of the wiring harness. Plug the treadmill back in to see if it now works. https://s3.amazonaws.com/lifespanfitness/pdf/Manual_TR4000i.pdf
Sounds like a cable harness is undone. The cable feeding the panel which has the computer inside (the power feed) is connected, but the cable from the panel back to the motorized parts isn't. The breakaway is a separate circuit that cuts all power to everything. These are my assumptions (I'm not a nordic track expert), but it's a pretty safe bet, likely the connector in the bottom section. Okay, I just looked it up, first Google "nordictrack 1500 manual" one of the first links is a PDF, with a complete parts breakdown. Depending on your specific model, it looks like there is a connector under the top panel where it meets the right post (and a couple of screws will let you lift it up to check it). It may be partially unplugged, check that first since it looks pretty easy to check.
But I think it's going to be in the bottom, in the bottom of the treadmill the wiring splits to different sections. The motor/incline controller cable (a separate cable #106 on one model I looked up, something like NTL09707 or similar) is probably the one that is either broken or unplugged. So although the computer (up top) is sending signals, they aren't reaching where they need to. Anyway, get that manual, and someone handy with screwdrivers and technology, and they should have it figured out quickly.
Procedure 2.3 - Accessing the User Parameter Program
This procedure allows you to change the following settings:
• Set Measurement Units
• Enable/Disable Password
• Set User Name
1. Plug the power cord into the wall outlet, then turn on the treadmill with the circuit breaker.
2. Press keys STOP,5,6,7,1 sequentially.
3. The display will momentarily read SELECT UNITS
4. The currently selected measurement unit will then be displayed.
5. Use the UP, DOWN arrow keys to toggle between U.S. STANDARD and METRIC.
6. Press the ENTER key to select the currently displayed measurement unit.
7. The display will momentarily read, PASSWORD
8. Use the UP, DOWN arrow keys to select either PASSWORD ENABLED or PASSWORD DISABLED
9. Press the STOP or ENTER key to exit the program.
Enter the testing mode after switching the treadmill POWER ON by pushing first ‘SELECT’ and then ‘SPEED DOWN’ and hold buttons pressed simultaneously.
LED scanning mode for verifying display functionality
Press ‘ENTER’ to scan DATA LINES to verify display functionality
Press ‘ENTER’ to scan SACN LINES to verify display functionality
Press ‘ENTER’ to scan LED’s to verify display functionality
After pressing ‘ENTER’ the TIME window shows “test” and the
keypad functionality can be tested (the value displayed
changes when a button is being pressed)
Press ‘ENTER’ to enter IO mode (TIME display shows lift
motor potentiometer value, SPEED reads speed from speed
sensor and DISTANCE shows heart rate pulse)
Press ‘START’ to test lower board relay (a “click” sound)
and then press ‘ELEVATION UP’ for 2 seconds to increase
the elevation to 8%. Press ‘ELEVATION DOWN’ to decrease the elevation to minimum
Press ‘SPEED UP’ to increase speed value and ‘SPEED DOWN’ toto decrease speed value.
Press ‘ENTER’ to repeat above test or ‘SELECT’ and ‘ SPEED DOWN’ buttons simultaneously to return to the normal mode
The lift motor calibration is done manually by following the following steps:
1. Drive the lift motor to 0% from user interface (inclination display must be 0%)
2. Switch off the treadmill and unplug the power cable
3. Remove motor cover
4. Fold up the running deck
5. Loosen two screws (A) attaching the lift motor nut (B) to the incline frame
6. Adjust the lift motor nut (B) so that there is 9 mm (.358 in ) gap between the upper end of the nut and the
lift motor frame
Tighten the screws (A) and verify correct elevation by measuring Adjusting lift motor to 0% position 2.76in 12% position 9.646 in measurement taken from floor to bottom of motor compartment frame.